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v ■ New faces . . .. new academic year'. .. . new decade. 
Entering freshmen discover a whole new world — a 
collegiate worJd. Transfer students discover a whole, i '. 
■new : atmosphere, the Southwestern atmosphere. Those 
' return in g;discoyer that the 'student body has taken on a 
■; new shape, a-.oew 'direction. All. of us discover the 
■; ; /opportunity. tor a new definition of ourselves and how ' 
■ ' we fit into the wbrld. 

. This; year at Southwestern. gives us the chance to 
participate actively in the shaping of the character of 
■SSfe pfour.society in the decade in which 

g^y^wlll^e entering the world as responsible adults. 



SQU'WESfER1980 



The Southwestern University campus is a 
world in microcosm. Students, if they want, 
can meet the same challenges and 
opportunities as they will be meeting when 
they take their places in society. Serious 
study, religious and moral decisions, or just 
having fun together ... all prepare the 
student for the interaction with others, 
establishing and cementing relationships 
which will prove of value not only in the 
present decade but in the years to come. 








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Southwestern is a special place in that the 
shaping of the character of the new decade 
can occur in as prosaic an event as an 
exchange of ideas over a meal in the 
Commons, a heated discussion in the 
classroom, or in activity as a member of a 
campus organization. Even on the playing 
fields in intramural athletics or in varsity 
competition, attitudes and values are 
established as students learn to win or lose 
with grace and good will. 




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Each student contributes to the overall 
personality of the student body that is 
Southwestern just as each individual 
contributes to the overall personality of 
society. Who knows but from our number may 
emerge a world leader or a scientist whose 
discoveries may change the world? Certainly 
each individual will have the potential for 
altering and bettering some aspect of life in 
the decades to come. 

As students we study and work and play 
hard. We are involved in life and in learning 
and in the excitement of the new decade. We 
look forward with confidence and high 
expectations. 

WE ARE THE EIGHTIES! 



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As soon as students arrived, the orientation 
leaders and residence hall staff were on hand 
to help the new students settle and become 
acquainted with their new surroundings. 





Then came the day of the lines. 

That's the day you waited in line to register, 

you waited in line for books in the bookstore, 

for your meal card, 

for your room assignment . . . 



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Finally Classes 
Began. 



The senate put on a 
carnival to acquaint the new 
and old students with some of 
the organizations on campus. 
The main attractions of the 
day were the mimes, co- 
starring some of our students. 



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When it came to leisure 
activities (i.e. parties) you could 
always count on the fraternities to 
come up with something: from 
Reggae to Toga to many altered 
states of consciousness. 





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The House Councils also 
helped students get to know 
one another by giving study 
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Another activity sponsored by one ot the 
house councils, Ruter, was the blood drive. 
The drive was made twice this year in 
conjunction with the Central Texas Blood 
Bank. Any blood collected could be 
credited to the campus community or the 
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Christmas was celebrated this year with the 
Candlelight Service held in the University Chapel. 
Later, students, families, and faculty, gathered in 
the Students Union's main lounge to share the 
Christmas spirit. 





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Interpretation 



Hermeneutics 



Meaning and 
the Substance of 
H u r n a n E x pe r i e n ce 



The topic of Brown Symposium was, 
Interpretation: Meaning and the Substance of 
Human Experience. The goal was to investigate 
how meaning affects human experience and 
how human experience affects meaning in each 
of the three fields examined, Literature, 
Theology, and Anthropology. 




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Dr. Clifford Geertz, Professor of Social 
Science af Princeton, was the principle 
speaker in this year's Brown Symposium. 
Dr. Geertz began the Symposium this year 
with his talk on a new theory of culture that 
has recently come about in the social 
sciences. 



Dr. James Boone, Professor in the 

Department of Anthropology at Cornell 

University, lectured on the "Literature of 

Anthropology." 





Dr. Steven Greenblatt, Professor of 
English at the University of California, 
Berkeley, spoke on the topic of "The Word 
of God in the Age of Mechanical 
Reproduction." 

Dr. David Tracy, Professor of 
Philosophical Theology at the University of 
Chicago, discussed the "Interpretation 
Theory: The Test Case of Religious 
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There were other 
interesting people who 
came to our campus 
ike, Jerry Rubins, the 
60's radical, 
Congressman J. J. 
Pickle, or Robert 
McAfee Brown, a 
distinguished poet. 



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Other people who came to 
Southwestern were, Wayne 
Holtzman, George M. Ricker, 
Akiro Endo of the Austin 
Symphony, A. Frank Smith, 
and Lady Bird Johnson. 




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With all these people, parties, and events on 
campus, we still had studying to do; and we did 
. . . everywhere. 






And yet while all these 
things were going on and 
all these interesting 
people came to our 
campus, classes went 
on. With the classes 
came those many hours 
of study and study we did 
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Classes . . . 

some were fun 
some were 
interesting 
some were hard 
some were easy 
and some were 
just there. 




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We thought the Science Hall 
deserved some special recognition. 
For non-science majors the building 
for all purposes didn't exist. On the 
other hand, this place was almost 
home for those students headed 
toward the fields of medicine or 
research. 









Parades, serenades, and guitar 
playing, were some of the things 
done during non-school hours. 





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The 
Commons 



center of socializing (not to 
mention continental cuisine) 
was the information gathering 
center for the whole campus. 
Apart from all that, the 
Commons People (not to be 
confused with the "common 
people") put on banquets for 
Homecoming, Parents' 
Weekend, and many other 
events. 





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When one's taste for extraordinary food couldn't be 
satisfied by the Commons or any of the fast food 
establishments around town, there was always RAMGRO! 
Or if one cared to "partake" while dining, POSSUM CREEK 
INN was a short eight miles away (which usually seemed 
like eighty on the way back). 




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After four long, sometimes fun and sometimes not so 
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SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY'S volleyball team. Left to right on the front row are Terri Shelton #20, Lyn Shelton # 
14, Terry Gawlik #24, Leslee Kammeyer #30, Tina LaFuente #22, and Sandra Lanzarotti #10. Standing left to 
right are Daniela Howell, Judy Lindemann, Alfie Vela # 1 2, Mary Klar #34, Jeanne Bulla #40, Debbie Hansen #32, 
Tracy Strane # 50, Michelle Burlingame, and coach Glada Munt. 



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The 1 979 season was an excellent 
one for the Southwestern Volleyball 
team. The Bucs made it through the 
tough state play-offs and achieved a 
much deserved fourth place finish in 
the Southwest Association of 
Intercollegiate Athletics for women. 

Co-captains Tracy Strane, the 
team's best setter, and Jeanne Bulla, 
the team's most powerful spiker, led 
the team to a 27-21 record. Helping 
Strane and Bulla were Lyn Shelton, 
Mary Klar, and Debbie Hansen. 
Excellent servers Terry Gawlik and 
Tina LaFuente, the offensively 
explosive Alfia Vela, and contributors 
Sandra Lanzarotti and Terri Shelton 
helped make the year the finest in 
Southwestern volleyball history. 




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Standing: Jackson Pace, Kerry Mathews, Gary Wills, Ed Bell, John Scarborough, Mark Lee, Bryan Farny, Rodney 
Glasper, Jon Smith, Coach Paul Peak Kneeling: Kelly "Bear" Kalinec, Raymond Joyner, Russ Briggs, Rusty Segler 
(Co-Captain), Kenny Whitworth (Co-Captain), Michael Thompson, Rudy Williams Sitting: Joe Phillips, Mark Ander- 
son, Curtis Vick, Randy Moody, Lee Hardy 








The Southwestern Men's 
basketball team captured the 
imagination of Pirate supporters 
during the 1 979-80 season. Under 
the direction of Paul Peak, the 
National Association of 
Intercollegiate Athletics' District Four 
"Coach-of-the-Year," the Bucs 
earned a share of the Big State 
Conference title. 



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The 23-1 1 team was led by Michael Thompson, Co- 
Most Valuable Player of the Big State Conference and a 
member of the All District Four team. Assisting 
Thompson were senior co-captains Rusty Segler and 
Kenny Whitworth. The smooth-shooting Whitworth was 
named to the Big State Conference's second team. 



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The chief ingredients for fhe Bucs' 
success this season were a strong defense, 
a balanced offense, and good front-line 
rebounders. Key defenders during the 
season were Ed Bell and Mark Anderson, 
while offensive sparks were provided by 
Jon Smith and Rodney Glasper. 
Rebounding was provided by aggressive 
Mark Lee, quick Rudy Williams, and steady 
Raymond Joyner. 



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L to R Front Row: Lynette Saterfield, Cheryl Whitney, Beth Boyer, Risa Marshall, Loretta Deason, Karen Foust 
Standing: Leslee Kammeyer, Sheila McClendon, Laura Dawson, Mary Klar, Jeanne Bulla, Debbie Hansen, Claudia 
Dedear, Coach Glada Munt, Michelle Allen 




As a wise veteran club, sprinkled with outstanding 
newcomers, the 1 979-80 Southwestern Women's 
basketball team enjoyed a fine season. With coach 
Glada Munt at the helm, the women Pirates 
dominated opponents in regular season play and in 
several tournaments. The Lady Bucs won the Hardin- 
Simmons Tournament and made excellent showing 
at the George West and Tarleton Invitational 
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The only disappointment in the Bucs 23-1 1 season 
was a heartbreaking one point loss in the Texas 
Association ot Intercollegiate Athletics tor Women 
play-otts. The squad did, however, end up as the 
fourth place team in the state. 



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The squad was led this season by the two high-scoring posts, Mary Klar and Jeanne Bulla. Risa 
Marshall and Captain Laura Dawson tossed in buckets from the outside while Loretta Deason took care 
of the ball handling duties. Beth Boyer was a key offensive substitute with the quick Lynette Saterfield 
being the top defensive substitute. Other main substitutes included Karen Foust and Debbie Hansen. 



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Standing; Randy Smith, Terry Davis, Mike Lowe, David Gold, Rick Corbin, Gordon Urbanek, Terry Knoebel, Rick Erwin, Johnny 
Acevedo, Coach Jim Mallon Kneeling; Casey Triggs, Terry Hulet, Mark Schieffer, Bryan Neal, Red Robbins, Terrell Driskell, 
Kelvin Blank, James Limmer Sitting; Randy Schaefer, Dexter Saterfield, Scott Terry, Mike Leonard, Walter Howell, Rusty Schae- 
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The Buc Standouts of 1 980 

Bryan Neal — 1 3 Home Runs, 57 Runs Batted In 

Scott Terry — .403 Batting Average 

Terry Hulet — 9 Wins, 4 Losses, 2.96 ERA 

Neal — First Team All Big State Conference 

Terry — Second Team All Big State Conference 





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Defensively, sharp fielding was fhe rule as fhe Bucs consistently made outstanding 
plays. Slick-fielding Terrell Driskell received help from fellow infielders Randy Schaefer, 
Mike Leonard, Casey Triggs, and catcher Rick Erwin in giving the Pirates an 
outstanding defense. 

The 1 980 pitching staff was led by starters Terry Hulet and James Limmer, with help 
from strong relievers like Gordon Urbanek, Kelvin Blank, and Scott Terry. Mark Schieffer 
was also instrumental in the staff's success as he posted an earned run average of only 
1.76. 

Despite the Bucs' talent and determination, a severe mid-season slump set in and 
wrecked their chances at a conference title, dropping them to a fifth place finish. The 
team did, however, end up with a school record of 40 games won and was thus 
rewarded by being ranked in the top twenty teams in the Nation by the National 
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The 1 980 season also provided Southwestern 
with its ninth straight year of 30 or more baseball victories, while giving coach Jim 
Mallon his 300th career win in his ten years with the Pirates. 



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This year's Pirate baseball team brought a lot of early season excitement to the Southwestern 
campus. Bryan Neal, a first team All Big State Conference selection, and Scott Terry, a second team 
choice, led the hot hittfng Bucs to early season victories over several powerful NCAA schools. The 
Bucs defeated the talent-laden University of Texas team, 5-4, and swept a two-game series against a 
strong Texas Tech squad, 8-4 and 7-1 . The Pirates also took three of four games from the powerful 
Baylor University. 

Many players assisted Neal and Terry with the 1 980 Pirate attack. Power hitters Gordon Urbanek 
and Terry Hulet helped lead the team to a phenomenal 61 home runs, while speed merchants Randy 
Smith and Dexter Saterfield kept constant pressure on opposing defenses with their quickness. Terrell 
Driskell and Tony Neuendorf also contributed to the Buc attack with their .300-plus batting averages. 



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Men's Basketball Results 






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OPPONENT 


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71 


East Texas Baptist 


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65 


Texas Lutheran 


67 






77 


St. Mary's University 


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87 


Mary-Hardin Baylor 


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128 


Huston-Tiliotson 


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St. Edward's 


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Texas Lutheran 


75 






107 


Huston-Tiliotson 


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St. Mary's 


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St. Edward's 


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East Texas Baptist 


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Mary-Hardin Baylor 


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Conference Pfay-off: 








Southwestern — 


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is Lutheran 


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First Round NAIA Play-offs: 








Southwestern — 


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i South West Texas — 90 








Season Record: 


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Conference Record: 10-2 








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Women's Volleyball Results 




Sept. 13 


Univ. of Texas 


11-15,18-16,15-10 ■ Oct. 19 


Baylor U. 


13-15,15-8,15-10 






9-15,5-15 Oct. 19 


WTSU 


15-3,8-15,15-5 


Sept. 15 


Alvin Jr. Col. 


15-8,13-15,15-6 Oct. 20 


Sam Houston 


2-15,7-15 


Sept. 15 


Lee Jr. Col. 


15-4,15-10 Oct. 20 


North Texas St. 


10-15,13-15 


Sept. 18 


Texas Lutheran 


15-9,13-15,11-15, Oct. 20 


. Rice U. 


15-8,11-15,15-11 






11-15 Oct. 20 


St. Phillips 


11-15,4-15 


Sept. 20 


St. Mary's Univ. 


15-11,16-14 Oct. 24 


Texas A& I 


15-7, 10-15,15-3 


Sept. 20 


San Antonio College 


15-3,15-3 Oct. 24 


St. Edward's 


15-11,15-6 


Sept. 25 


SWT 


15-7,15-7,4-15, Oct. 26 


Mary Hardin-Baylor 


15-9,13-15,15-12 






11-15,11-15 Oct.26 


Midwestern U. 


15-6,15-17,15-11 


Sept. 28 


Pan American 


15-6,15-12,15-6 Oct.26 


Texas Lutheran 


1-15,15-8,6-15 


Sept. 28 


Texas A& I 


15-6,9-15,15-12 Oct. 27 


North Texas St. 


15-12,9-15,10-15 


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15-10 Oct. 30 


Mary Hardin-Baylor 


12-15,7-15 


Oct. 4 


Trinity Univ. 


15-4,15-4,15-3 Oct. 30 


Concordia 


15-7,15-4 


Oct. 5 


Texas Wesleyan 


15-9,15-9,14-16 Nov. 1 


Lubbock Christian 


15-13,16-14 






15-3 Nov. 2 


ETSU 


15-2,8-15,15-8 


Oct. 10 


SWT 


8-15,10-15,10-15 Nov, 2 


Angelo State 


13-15,16-18 


Oct. 12 


St. Mary's 


15-7,16-14 . . ■ Nov. 2 . 


SWTS 


13-15,15-11,8-15 


Oct. 12 


Texas Lutheran 


15-7,14-16,5-15 Nov. 3 


Baylor U. 


15-10,15-12 


Oct. 13 


SWT 


15-7,15-6 Nov, 3 


Texas Lutheran 


3-15,12-15 


Oct. 13 


Abilene Christian 


10-15,10-15 Nov. 15 


Sam Houston 


12-15,9-15 


Oct. 13 


Angelo State 


5-15,15-11,9-15 Nov. 15 


Arkansas State 


17-15,15-3 


Oct. 13 


Texas A& I 


15-8,16-14 Nov. 16 


Baylor U. 


16-14,15-11 


Oct. 15 


Texas Lutheran 


7-15,13-15,15-3 Nov. 16 
15-10,9-15 


Mary Hardin-Baylor 


10-15,15-12,16-14 
15-11 


Oct. 16 


UT 


11-15,2-15,9-15 Nov. 16 


Texas Lutheran 


10-15,5-15,15-8 


Oct. 19 


Lee College 


16-14,15-9 




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Oct. 19 


ETSU 


15-10,15-10 Nov. 16 


SWT 


7-15,2-15,4-15 













Pirates' Baseball Results 






Feb. 


13 WP Schieffer; Blank Mar. 13 WP Terry; Heitman 


SU 9 Mayville State 


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14 SWTS 2 SU 5 PauiQuinn 


2 SU 6 Mayville State 







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9 SWTS 8 SU 12 PauiQuinn 


7 Apr. 16 WP Blank 






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1 6 WP Hulet; Urbanek Mar. 1 5 WP Hulet; LP Urbanek 


SU 13 Huston-Tillotson 


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2 Trinity U. 1 SU 8 St. Edward's 


5 Apr. 1 1 LP Limmer 






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3 Trinity U. 2 SU 3 St. Edward's 


10 SU 2 St. Mary's 


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20 WP Urbanek; Hutet Mar. 17 WP Hulet; Save Urbanek 


Apr. 14 LP Hulet; Urbanek 






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9 Baylor 7 SU 8 TexasTech 


4 SU 2 St. Mary's 


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10 Baylor 6 Mar. 18 WPLimmer 


SU 1 St. Mary's 


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Feb. 


22 WP Corbin; Schieffer SU 7 TexasTech 


1 Apr. 15 LP Schieffer 






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16 NTSU Mar. 20 WP Schieffer, Knoble 


SU 3 St. Edward's 


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11 NTSU 1 SU 4 MankatoSt. 


2 Apr. 1 8 LP Hulet; WP Limmer 






Feb. 


23 WP Limmer; Heitman SU 1 Mankato St. 


SU 2 ETBC 


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8 NTSU 3 Mar. 22 LP Hulet; Urbanek 


SU 6 ETBC 


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2 NTSU 6 SU 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor 


3 Apr. 19 LP Schieffer 






Feb. 


26 LP Terry; WP Schieffer SU 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor 


4 SU 2 ETBC 


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2 Paul Quinn 3 Mar. 27 WP Knobel, Blank 


Apr. 22 WP Urbanek 






SU 


18 PauiQuinn 3 SU 7 Wartburg 


3 SU 9 Mary Hardin-Baylor 


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29 WP Hulet; LP Urbanek SU 8 Wartburg 


6 Apr. 23 WP Hulet; Farr 






SU 


20 Hardin-Simmons 3 Mar, 29 WP Blank; LP Urbanek 


SU 12 Trinity 


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Hardin-Simmons .7 SU / ; T2: : TLC 


8 SU 7 Trinity 


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Mar. 4 WP Hulet; Save Urbanek; LP Urbanek SU 11 TLC 


1 5 Apr. 25 WP Hulet; LP Limmer 






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5 UT, Austin 4 Mar. 30 WP Schieffer, Heitman 


SU 3 Hardin-Simmons 


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4 UT, Austin 5 SU 6 Stephen F. Austin 


SU 1 Hardin-Simmons 







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5 WPLimmer SU 10 Stephen F. Austin 


3 Apr. 29 LP Blank 






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6 Phillips 2 Mar. 31 WP Urbanek, Davis 


SU 7 TLC 


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Mar. 8 WP Corbin; Schieffer SU 4 Stephen F. Austin 


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15 HTC 2 SU 9 Stephen F.Austin 


5 LP — Losing Pitcher 






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21 HTC Apr. 1 WP Hulet, Urbanek 


WP — Winning Pitcher 






Mar. 


11 LP Hulet SU 3 Coe College 


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4 Baylor 7 SU 4 Coe College 


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Women's Intercollegiate Basketball Results 








Nov. 13 Hilt Jr. College 56-73 Jan. 22 


Mary Hardin-Baylor 62-47 








Nov. 15 Angelo State 56-74 Jan. 24-26 Tarleton State Tourn. 








Nov. 1 7 Southwest Texas State 48-62 










Nov.20 SMU , 49-69 


West Texas State 57-50 








Nov. 27 St. Edward's 82-35 


Tarleton State 58-62 








Nov. 29 George West Tournament 


Rice Univ. 60-49 








Dec. 1 of Champions 


Texas Wesleyan 68-56 








St. Mary's 46-42 Jan. 1 


Trinity 70-29 








Texas A&l 63-50 Feb. 2 


Texas Lutheran 62-37 








Henderson Jr. College 44-59 Feb.5 


Southwest Texas State 58-52 








Sam Houston State ■ 67-82 Feb. 7 


St. Edward's 98-32 








Dec. 3 Trinity 59-35 Feb. 9 


St. Mary's 55-46 








Dec. 7-8 Hardin-Simmons Tourn. Feb. 12 


Texas Wesleyan 74-87 








Trinity 60-26 Feb. 14 


Angelo State 68-71 








Cisco Jr. College 60-49 Feb. 16 


East Texas State 55-35 








Hardin-Simmons Univ, 63-44 


(1st round state) 








Dec. 11 Texas Wesleyan 62-59 Feb. 21 


Southwest Texas State 49-48 








Dec. 14 Sam Houston State 74-65 

Jan. 12 SMU 64-61 Feb. 22 

Jan. 16 Texas Lutheran 75-54 


(2nd round state) 

Sam Houston State 58-59 

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Midwestern State 55-69 













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Students, alumni, and parents all journey to Snyder Field to watch the most 
exciting intramural sport — football "Southwestern Style." 




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Football 1979 

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Tommy Brumett the fastest man on campus. 






1980 Track 

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The Grandstands 








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Left to right: Gene McCall, Kate Blackwell, Cynthia McSkimming, Sunday Walzel, Trina Rothwell, Suzanne 
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Sarah Tunnell 
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Janice Richmond 
John Dieck 



Who's Who Among 

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Richard Shepherd 




Re Simmons 




Clay Cornett 



Judy Schmoeller 



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Who's Who Among 

Students in 

American Universities 

and Colleges 




Not pictured: 

Bonnie Blakney 
Pattye Dedear 
Sue Lucas 
Joe Pool 




Maralee Buttery 



Amanda Villaret 



Julie Schnepel 




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Departmental Awards 




Gayle Murphy 
Biology 



Kathy Schnieder 
Wall Street Journal 
Achievement Award 




Anne Sherrod 

Mary Mann Richardson Award 



Chris Salmon 

Gertrude Solomon Award 

for Excellence in French 



Colleen Sullivan 
History 



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Departmental 
Awards 




Maralee Buttery 
Political Science 



Jim Rulla 
Mathematics 
Faculty Scholarship 




John Dieck 

American Chemical Society 



Judy Anthony 
Political Science 



Carol Teas 
Mathematics 




Sue Lucas 
Psychology 



Billy Richter 
David Knox Porter 
Pre-Theology Award 



Robert Coats 

Dean Henry Edwin Meyer 

Memorial Music Award 



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Departmental 
Awards 







Ann Worthing 

Bob Lancaster Award 



Sunday Walzel 

Outstanding Freshman Woman 




Brooke Stroud 

Bob Lancaster Award 



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Pat Burgess 
Speech 



Clay Cornett 

Faculty Scholarship Award 




Becky Burkhardt 
Mary Lynn Webb 
Starnes Music Award 
Star of Delta Omicron 



Julie Schnepel 
Delta Omicron 
Senior Honor Pin 



Jeff Osborn 
Theatre 



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Departmental Awards 



Not Pictured: 
Michael Nussbaum 
Diane Rosenblad 
Jarre Sharp 
Diane Rosenblad 
David Trawick 
Jarre Sharp 

Dianne Day 

Melinda Pentecost 
Carey Roper 



English 
Foreign Language 



Sociology 

Frank E. Luska Award in Sociology 

Faculty Scholarship 

Student Teacher of Year 

Outstanding Freshman Woman 

Outstanding Sophomore Woman 

Dames Club Award 




l_i: t Kathleen Slaughter 

m&iuiy student Teacher ot Year 



Karlene Cox 

Student Teacher of Year 



Judy Schmoeller 

Mary Katherine Holloway 

Outstanding Sorority Woman 



Sue Hoffpauir Harton 
Accounting Excellence Award 



Mary Beth Thomas 
Student Teacher of Year 





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Student Senate 



Row one: Rex Preis, Treasurer; Pat Stafford, Recording Secretary; Julia Bush, Work Program Secretary; Janice Richmond, 
President; Herb Coe, Vice-President; David Ross, Student Welfare Commission, Neil Kirkpatrick, Educational Affairs Commis- 
sion. Row Two: Tom Deacon, Penny DeLotto, Judy Schmoeller, Cindy Dennis, Melinda Pentecost, Lisa Amos, Randy Burke, 
Beverly Berkey, Ana Bailey, Cynthia Burns, Sunday Walzel, Dan Chaney, Tammy Benedict, Rozzie Pollex. Row Three: Paul 
Barton, Bill Sheldon, Karen Sanders, Constance Sheppard, Mike Sheppard, Annette Austin, Mary Dawn Burnet, Jeff Johnson, 
Parliamentarian; Dick Lanford, Gerald Shaw, Bud Wellborn, Clayton Rote. 

Student Senate — The Student Senate is the primary legislative branch of student government. It is 
concerned with a wide range of educational affairs and student welfare matters. In addition, it serves as the 
primary means of liaison between Southwestern students and students of other Texas colleges and 
universities. Officers elected each April include the President, Vice President (also Chairman of the 
External Affairs Commission), a Recording Secretary, a Treasurer, Chairman of the Student Welfare 
Commission, Chairman of the Educational Affairs Commission. 

The President serves as the chief liaison officer between the faculty, administration, and the student 
body as a whole. 

The Senate carries on its work through various committees and three permanent commissions. The 
Senate also selects one faculty member and one administrator each year to serve in an advisory capacity. 
Senate meetings are open to any member of the University community. 



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Lynda Lieberman 



David Alexander 



A great deal of what one learns at Southwestern occurs outside the classroom and cannot be 
measured by tests and reports. The Bishops Memorial Union attempts to create occasion for 
such valuable learning experiences for the entire campus community — students, faculty, 
administration, staff and alumni — through a program which offers social, recreational, 
academic, and cultural opportunities. This program is created on a partnership basis with all 
facets of the community in mind and is largely conducted by students. The policy making body of 
the Union is the Governing Board comprised of students, faculty, and staff. 




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Robin Steitz 



Jim Oliver (left) and Randy Burke (right) 



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The Bishops Memorial Union is a building offering facilities, services and a 
social, educational and recreational program to the Southwestern 
community. Facilities include lounges, recreational space, an art gallery and 
television viewing room. The three services located in the Union are the 
Snack Bar, Post Office and Bookstore. The offices in the building are the 
Student Government Office and the Office of Campus Programming. 



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The programing body of the Union is the Program 
Council, comprised of student co-ordinators and the Union 
Executive Committee. The Executive Committee for 1979- 
80 were: 

President: Randy Burke 
Secretary: Bonnie Blakney 
Treasurer: Joe Bourne 
Coordinator of Campus Programing: Lynda Lieberman 

These individuals provide the leadership for both the 
Governing Board and Program Council. 










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The eight student program coordinators composing 

the 1 979-80 Program Council are: 

David Alexander ~ Outdoor Recreation 

Liz Ethridge Sawdust Cafe Coordinator 

James Flowers Cultural and Ethnic Programs 

Wren Gray Speakers 

Jim Oliver Dances and Musical Performances 

Betsy Rylander Personal and Skill Development Programs 

Jeanine Samer Films and Television Programs 

Re Simmons Theatre 

JannaeTunnell Student at Large 

Jan Greenspan Student at Large 



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Student Judiciary 




SEATED: Judy Schmoeller, Jenny Tubbs STANDING L. to R.: Kelly Clark, Maralee Buttery, Constance Shep- 
pard, Elizabeth Bost, Gaylynn Gillis, Kathleen Slaughter, Brad McCampbell, Hillery Keith, David Manconi 



The Student Judiciary is made up of thirteen members: three trom each 
class. The Judiciary is charged with the administration of the Honor System 
and with the judgement of cases in violation thereof. The circumstances and 
results of all cases are confidential. 



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Eric Reynolds: Editor 



Southwestern 
Magazine 

The Southwestern Magazine is the organ 
through which interested literary and artistic 
students can express themselves. 



The Megaphone is the weekly publication of the 
University. The paper comes out on Thursday of 
each week. Each issue attempts to represent every 
activity on campus which touches the lives of the 
students. 



/MEGAPHONE 



Published by the students of Southwestern University, 
Georgetown, Texas 78626. Issued weekly during the school 
year except during ofticial recess. Entered at the Post Office at 
Georgetown, Texas 78626, as second-class mail matter on 
September 26, 1 906, under special provisions of Act of March 
3, 1 879, and accepted for mailing at special rate August 20, 
1918. 

Opinions expressed in The Megaphone are those of the 
writer and not necessarily those of Southwestern University or 
of its administration. Letters to the editor are accepted for 
publication under special conditions as judged by the editor. 
Send letters to Box 48, Campus Mail. 

Subscriptions to The Megaphone are accepted. Send $7.00 
to Box 48, SU Station, Georgetown, Texas 78626. Direct all 
advertising inguiries to: Ad Manager, The Megaphone, Box 
21 4, SU Station, Georgetown, Texas 78626. 

Editor Hoyt Riley 

Associate Editor Theresa James 

Ad Manager Mike Reed 

Assistant Ad Manager Holly Young 

Staff Gerald Shaw 

MarvSatterfield 

Constance Sheppard 

Paul Barton 

Karey Sills 

Sports Bill Haygood 

Photographers Steve Truitt 

Jan Hajda 

UNS University News Service 

CPS College Press Service 

CH Collegiate Hedlines 

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First Row: Debbie Wilcox, Karole Trotter, Carol Cleaver, Ken Wilson, Brenda Pontift, Steve Truitt, Carolyn 
Jobe Second Row: Malcolm McQuoid, John Gould, Bobbie Ann Fisher, Hal Peacock, Beth Vandament, 
John Davis, Karen Randolph, Sandra Hobbs, Dr. Richard Hossalla, Emily Hardt, Cynthia Burns, Cherly 
White Third Row: Ann Worthing, Re Simmons, Kathy Truman, Paige McDaniel, Susan Slagle 

The Mask and Wig Players are a very active and productive group 
on campus who are responsible tor the dramatic productions during 
the year. This year the Mask and Wig Players participated in the 
production of Vanities, Othello, Solo Flights I and II, Roar of the 
Greasepaint — Smell of the Crowd, and hosted a one act play 
contest. All students are eligible for membership and to participate in 
the performances of major productions as actors or crew members. 



Mask and Wig Players 



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The Symphonic Band is a concert and touring ensemble open to all students. The Symphonic Band gave two perform- 
ances this year, the Christmas concert, in the fall, and their Spring Concert. 



FLUTE 


Carolyn Croom 




John David Janda 


Susan Buchanan 


Cynthia Forbess 


TRUMPET 


Steve Massia 


Mark Danheim 


Charla Patton 


Lisa Canady 


Mark Piwetz 


Patricia Fulmer 


Lesley Windham 


Phyllis Kurtin 




Karol Sandberg 




Glen Patrick 


EUPHONIUM 


Laura Shepherd 


ALTO CLARINET 


Mike Pence 


Steve Smith 


Lorna Van Cleave 


Cathy Chapman 


David Trawick 


Joel Vera 


OBOE 


BASS CLARINET 


FRENCH HORN 


TUBA 


Julie Nelson 


Colleen Ozan 


Rebecca Bendiksen 


Aaron Lewis 






Rebecca Burkhart 


TimScholl 


BASSOON 


ALTO SAXOPHONE 


Robert Coats 




Soma Alvarado 


William Buckner 


Wade Creson 


PERCUSSION 


Patricia Raeke 


Jeff Peters 


Tad Frysinger 


Phil Bullard 

Tom Deacon 


CLARINET 


TENOR SAXOPHONE 


TROMBONE 


David Eimann 


Mary Ballou 


Paul Barton 


Jeannie Clifford 


Martha Isbell 


Linda Burk 









Symphonietta is a chamber orchestra open to all students as well as faculty 
and townspeople. It presents major concerts on campus. Candide, 
Haydn's Symphony No. 104 and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue were some 
of the pieces performed this year. 




VIOLIN I 




Sonia Alvarado 


Thomas Douglass, 


STRING BASS 


Patricia Raeke 


Concert Master 


Thomas McGee 




Elizabeth Brown 


Greg Burton 


FRENCH HORN 


Wally Dyke 


TimScholl 


Rebecca Burkhardt 


Dons Penick 




Rebecca Bendiksen 


Charlotte Reed 


PICCOLO 


Robert Coats 


Kay Ryan 


Lorna Van Cleave 


Wade Creson 


Amanda Villaret 


FLUTE 


Tad Frysinger 


VIOLIN II 


Patricia Fulmer 


TRUMPET 


Karen Rogers 


Susan Buchanan 


Michael Pence 


Stephanie Dory 


Mark Danheim 


John David Janda 


Leo Nitch 




Steven Smith 


Delana Roberts 


OBOE 




Carol Sloan 


Melissa Wickes 


TUBA 


Sharon Tullis 


Gretchen Peterson 


Aaron Lewis 


VIOLA 


CLARINET 


TIMPANI 


James Flowers 


Linda Burk 


Lynn Sandberg 


Sallie Banks 


Mary Ballou 




Laura Heard 




PERCUSSION 


Vernon Ryan 


BASS CLARINET 


Elizabeth Breazeale 




Jeff Peters 


Martha Isbell 


CELLO 






Michael Alexander 


SAXOPHONE 


BANJO 


Lois Jean Forswall 


Martha Isbell 


Rebecca Burkhardt 


Ted Herring 


Jeff Peters 




Delta Holl 




HARP 


Sharon Marquis 


BASSOON 


Mary Austin 



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The Extraordinaries is a chamber and pop music group open 
to all students through audition. 

The Opera Theatre is a select group of singers chosen by 
audition which presents opera scenes. 

Southwestern Singers is a mixed chorus appearing at major 
functions throughout the year. It is open to all students. The 
group is responsible for music for the regular chapel ser- 
vices. 

The Stage Band is an integral part of the Symphonic Band 
providing experience in pop and jazz. 

Above Not Pictured 

The University Chorale is the major concert and touring choir 
open to all students through audition. This semi-professional 
singing group has presented major works throughout the Central Texas area 




First Row: Beth Biar, Valerie Trevino, Lynn Parr, Amy Tatum, Naomi Garcia, Patty Wood Second Row: Melinda Bridges, Karen Lambert, Patty Woodfin, Vicki 
Pierce, Melinda Pentecost, Terri Yoakum, Karen Ada, Suzanne Farrar Third Row: Julie Schnepel, Gail Boyer (organist), Bobbie Fisher, Gene McCall, Mat- 
thew Daude, Paige McDaniel, Debbie Manning, Jenny McHan Fourth Row: Michael Alexander, David Enrich, Kevin Guess, Brent Hardaway, Ed Fitzpatrick, 
Scott Richey, Paul Fyke, David Hill, Andre Garcia 




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Living-Learning Center 




Kneeling: Lynn Sells, Clare Stedman, Terri Bynum, Maureen Goodnow, Kendal Parish, Jenny 
Tubs, Linda Carter Standing: Carol Teas, Pam Higgans, Shawn Redman, Maralee Buttery, 
Annette Austin Seated: Donna Lumas, Cindy Williams, Melinda Pentecost, Jim Rulla, Dr. 
Jesse Purdy 

Two areas within the residence halls have been established as 
Living-Learning areas. The first floor of Moody-Shearn and 
McCullough Hall have designated areas for the Center to operate. 
Students volunteer to donate at least one program per year to the 
Center and work closely with various faculty and staff persons to 
promote a community environment within this area. Programs may 
consist of various topics and may enlist the aid of other people 
outside of the Center. Each program must be educational in nature 
but may cover a very wide range of topics. Other residents not in the 
Center may attend the programs if interested. One basic goal of the 
Center is to give residents a chance to teach something that they feel 
is important while giving others a chance to learn something they 
may not otherwise have the opportunity to learn. Another goal of the 
Center is to provide a closer community than can be found in other 
areas of the residence hall. The Center will allow more interaction 
between various students and at the same time enhance their 
educational .experiences while at Southwestern. 



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Herman Brown-Moody Shearn House 

Councils 




Left to Right: Jim Shaw, Robert Gadd, Dick Langford, Greg Spence, Don Heins, Paul Barton, 
Mary Snow, Karen Carter 

Each residence hall area has an organization that deals with all 
areas of residence life. This House Council is composed of elected 
members from each floor within a particular hall. During each fall 
elections are held whereby representatives are elected to serve on 
the House Council for one year. Various activities including movies, 
study breaks, special events, educational programs, service projects, 
purchasing activities, and many others are included in the agendas of 
each House Council. Each resident pays a $5.00 fee that is placed in 
the budget for each Council to work with. All residents belong to 
House Council but only representatives hold voting power. 



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L.K. House 



First Row: Jenny Tubs, Ruth Waters, Anna Baily, Susan Hennigh Second Row: 
Maureen Goodnow, Mandy Giliotti, Penny DeLotto, Mary Baker, Cathy Chapman 
Third Row: Rachel Baugh, Erin Duffy, Carol Tittle, Rozzie Pollex, Lynette Saterfield 
Fourth Row: Leslie Williams, Kim Wellman 




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Resident Assistant Staff 




First Row: Debby Wiemers, Robyn Reynolds, Cheri Heacock 
Second Row: Vivian Pollard with Waldo, Cary Nixon, Molly 
Conner Third Row: Patricia Burgess, Donna Carter, Ruth 
Waters, Charla Patton Fourth Row: Karen Davis, Maralee 
Buttery, Lacey Charlton, Carol Tittle 

Selected upperclass students hold positions ot responsibility 
throughout the residence halls. These Resident Assistants or RAs are 
responsible for the vast housing program in their area ot residence as 
well as the entire campus. The RA's major responsibilities include: 1 ) 
getting to know each person on the tloor and throughout the campus 
2) serving as a resource person for the many questions that arise 3) 
helping students with the many problems that arise; 4) familiarizing 
students with the regulations at Southwestern and helping them 
maintain an atmosphere for learning; and 5) assisting the Director 
and the associate Director of Resident Life in the entire operation of 
the halls. 



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Not Pictured: 
International House 

The International House is a special family-styled 
living center. Fourteen students are selected through 
an application and then an interview process. The "I- 
House" activities include an open house, an 
International Dinner, and programs from students 
about their home countries. 

Kurth House Council 
Men's R.A. Staff 
Ruter House Council 



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Alpha Chi 




ALPHA CHI 
SEATED: Gayle Murphy, Patti Burrer, Mary Dobias, Molly Connor SECOND ROW: Jill Teska, Diane 
Rosenblad, Laura Koffman, Beth Biar, Carol Teas, Janet Fiero, Annette Austin, Judy Anthony, Andre 
Garcia, Tim Scholl THIRD ROW: Dr. Norman Spellman, David Trawick, Steve Gardner, Bryan Farney, 
Steve Cobb, John Dieck, Richard Sheppard, Jim Rulla 

Alpha Chi, a national undergraduate scholarship society, formerly known as the 
Southwestern University Scholarship Society, was founded at Southwestern in 1915. Its 
objectives are the stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship. Members of the 
Texas Alpha chapter are elected from among the top tenth of the junior and senior classes. 



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Cardinal Key 

Cardinal Key, national 
leadership honorary for women, 
selects each spring the most 
outstanding women from the 
junior class to serve as members 
during their senior year. 
Membership is based on 
scholarship, participation, and 
leadership in campus activities. 
The group carries on a number of 
projects of service to the school. 
Each year Cardinal Key gives 
special recognition to outstanding 
freshman and sophomore women. 



CARDINAL KEY 
FIRST ROW: Judy Schmoeller, Kathleen Slaughter SECOND ROW: Molly 

Conner, Constance Shepherd, Gayle Murphy, Karen Lambert THIRD ROW: 
Amanda Villeret, Kathy Lynch, Diane Rosenblad, Cherly ImMasche, Charla 
Patton FOURTH ROW: Becky Burkhardt, Gwen Griftin, Judy Anthony, Mara- 
lee Buttery, Jenny Tubbs 



Blue Key 



Blue Key is a national 
leadership honor fraternity 
recognizing those men who have 
had a distinguished campus 
performance in the areas of 
scholarship, leadership, and 
service. 




BLUE KEY 
Herb Coe, Neil Kirkpatrick, Jarrell Sharpe, Frank Stowers, Rusty Segler, Rich- 
ard Shephard, Edmond Fitzpatrick, Tim Scholl, Kevin Smith. 



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Business Club 

SOUTHWESTERN BUSINESS CLUB 
The Southwestern Business Club is a professional organization which was 
established in 1 979 to develop and promote interest in the business areas ot 
studies and to aid its members in acquiring practical business experiences. 
The business club has hosted speakers at luncheon meetings throughout the 
year, along with other programs designed to be informative and interesting. 
The club is open to all students. 




BUSINESS CLUB 
FRONT: Carol Sandburg, Brenda Morris, Aubra Frazer, Cindy Newman SECOND ROW: Mary 
Hood, Cynthia Forbes, Jeanne Clifford, Frank Stowers, Bill Sheldon THIRD ROW: Dr. Ben Findley, 
Neil Kirkpatrick, Ken Pruitt, Maureen Goodnow, Gerald Shaw, John Farr 



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Mu Psi Chi 




MUPSICHI 
SITTING: Robert Coats 

STANDING: Mike Alexander, Tim Scholl, John Janda, Jeff Peters, James Flowers, 
David Enoch 

Mu Psi Chi is a professional music fraternity for men. 
Honorary members may be elected. The fraternity strives 
to promote cultural awareness and fellowship among men 
who are active in the music program. 



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Psi Chi 



Psi Chi is an honorary psycholgy fraternity organized 
for those students who are interested in studying, 
discussing, and participating in activities connected with 
the many areas and aspects of psychology. Membership 
is open to those students with majors or minors in 
psychology and based on their scholastic standing. 




PSI CHI 
Front Row: Sue Lucas, Molly Connor, Karen Rymer, Charla Patton Second Row: Dr. 
Jesse Purdy, Mary Tarver, David Eimann, Jeff Houston Not Pictured: Dotty Hooker, 
Lee Davis, Carey Nixon, Vivian Pollard, Ruth Waters, Laura Andrade, Ellen Affleck 



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POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY 

Dr. Suk-Soon Suh 

STANDING: David Ross, Tom Schlenker, Casey Triggs 



Political 
Science 
Society 



The Southwestern Political 
Science Society, formed some 
six years ago, is one of if not the 
most active of Southwestern's 
career related organizations. 
Since its formation it has 
regularly hosted an array of 
guest speakers ranging from 
activist Madalyn Murray O'Hare, 
the controversial Jerry Ruben, 
cartoonist Ben Sargent, 
representatives from Common 
Cause, Amnesty International, 
and FBI, to ex-CIA agent John 
Stockwell or US Sen. John 
Tower. While all Political 
Science majors and minors are 
included within our 
membership, attendance by all 
interested students and faculty 
to regular meetings is both 
welcomed and encouraged in 
the hopes familiarizing listeners 
with current issues, providing 
new insight, and stimulating 
intellectual thought. 



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Pre-Law 
Association 




PRE-LAW 
FRONT: Harold Lotz, Danny Gonzales, Leslie Windham, Steve Cobb, Key Ransom 
BACK: Kevin Schmid, Casey Triggs, Gerald Shaw, Steve Gardner, Steve Ingram, Mara- 
lee Buttery 

Pre-Law Association is an association of those 
students considering law as a career and planning to 
attend law school upon graduation. The association 
works to aid its members in becoming better informed 
about law schools (their requirements, differences and 
similarities) and about the various options open in the 
field of law. Membership is open to all interested 
students. 



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Sigma Delta Pi 



Sigma Delta Pi. The purpose of the National Spanish Honor society 
is to cultivate a wider knowledge and better understanding and 
appreciation of the Hispanic contributions to the development of the 
modern world; to enable the Hispanic peoples and cultures; to foster 
friendship and cooperation between the Hispanic nations and the 
people of the United States of America and Canada; to select and 
give distinction to students of high interest and attainment. Sigma 
Delta Pi receives into its membership only those who attain its 
standards of high scholarship in Spanish and other subjects, who 
give evidence of professional merit, proficiency, or distinction. 




SIGMA DELTA PI 
SITTING: Diane Rosenblad, Dr. Elaine Graybill, Dr. Regine Reynolds, Mrs. Rosa Delgado, Molly Conner STAND- 
ING: Hal Peacock, Dick Langford, Blake Stanford 



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Student Foundation 




STUDENT FOUNDATION KNEELING: Scott Armsworth, Billy Richter, Joe Pool, Mike Brabrandt, 
John Buchanan, Kelley Clark, Gary Dockery, Greg Willis, Herb Coe SECOND ROW: Cheryl Ward, 
Patti Burrer, Mary Dobias, Judy Anthony, Jenny Pelton, Robin Reynolds, Jan Oliver, Judy Schmoel- 
ler, Gwen Griffin, Randy Stump, Bonnie Blakney, Molly Conner, Ann Worthing, Naomi Garcia, Jan- 
ice Richmond, Jenny Tubbs, Pattye DeDear, Diane Rosenblad, Maralee Buttery 



STUDENT FOUNDATION 
Founded in 1 979, the Southwestern University Student 
Foundation is a special group of students who have chosen — 
and who have been chosen — to make a significant 
commitment to their university. Foundation members, seniors, 
juniors, and sophomores, from the various areas of campus life, 
are dedicated to the advancement of Southwestern University 
through involvement in student recruitment, alumni activities, 
and public relations. 



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Student 

National 

Education 

Association 

The S.N.EA (Student 
National Education Association) 
is the organization tor those 
college and university students 
preparing for a career in 
education. 




S.N.E.A. 
FRONT TO BACK: Cheryl Sehlke, Charlotte Reed, Robin Atkin- 
son, Kris Hatch, Lorna Van Cleave, Margie Lindsley, Amanda Vil- 
laret, Karen Little, Mary Beth Thomas, Lou Brown, Lisa Pelosi, 
Beth Rosecrans, Liz Heuschkell, Dr. Bruce Mossman 



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Southwestern Science Society 



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SOUTHWESTERN SCIENCE SOCIETY 
L. to R.: FIRST ROW: Oscar, Darlene Evans, Richard Shepherd, Robert Shephard SECOND ROW: John 
Zwiener, Ed Wheeler, Margarita Olivarez, Mary Dobias, Rosanna Lapham, Carol Teas THIRD ROW: Ka Chin 
Lau, Greg Willis, Jim Rulla, Jim Jones, Brad Howard, Annette Austin FOURTH ROW: David Enoch, Pattye 
DeDear, John Dieck, Carol Sloan, Jim Rubarth 

The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced 
students who meet scholastic qualifications. Requirements for 
membership are 30 hours of science courses (biology, chemistry, 
mathematics, and physics) as well as a 3.0 grade point cumulative and in 
the division of the sciences. 



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Delta Omicron is an international music fraternity, with 
collegiate chapters established abroad — a professional 
fraternity for women in the field of music. One of the objectives 
is to promote American music and musicians. The purpose of 
Delta Omicron is to create and foster fellowship through 
music; to give music students an opportunity to meet with one 
another and, by personal contact and exchange of ideas, to 
broaden the individual outlook; to strenghten a devotion to 
loyalty to Alma Mater; to develop character and leadership; to 
encourage the highest possible scholastic 'attainment, 
excellence of individual performance and appreciation of 
good music; to give material aid to worthy students; to 
manifest interest in young women entering the professional 
world. 



Pi Delta Phi, the National French Honor Society, is open to 
all persons who meet the academic requirements set down by 
the Society. Students are nominated in recognition of their 
academic achievements in French above four semesters with 
at least a "B" average. They must also be in the upper 35% of 
their class in general studies as well as in French. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 
LYING DOWN: Sunday Walzel, Rozzie Pollex, Beverly Berkey, Holly Hardy, Hillery Keith SITTING: Leslie Williams, Cindy 
Bell, Rosanna Lapham, Julie Brawner, Lisa Natoli, Suzanne Dally, Lisa Freeman, Kathleen Slaughter, Jeannie Wilcox, 
Holly Campbell, Sally Suh KNEELING: Cherly White, Linda Cavness, Susan Pate, Judy Schmoeller, Cynthia Burns, Alli- 
son Pratt, Suzanne Ford, Jan Hajda, Patrice Mathews, Paige McDaniel, Laurie Jones, DeAnne Corley BACK ROW: Con- 
stance Sheppard, Liz McAllister, Penny DeLotto, Dawn Bennett, Janet Russell, Martha Stripling, Pam Harting, Anne Sher- 
rod, Gina McCullin, Jana Hegar, Liz Heuschkeli, Holly Hares, Karen Bebee, Carol Cleaver, Vivian Pollard, Alison Berry, 
Kristi Boerner, Jannae Tunnell, Gwen Griffin, Melinda Johnston. 

ALPHA DELTA PI 
Founded in 1851 in Macon, Georgia 
Southwestern's Zeta chapter was installed in 1 907 
Their colors are Blue and White and their flower is the Violet. 




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The Black Organization for Social 
Survival. This organization is designed 
basically for students interested in Black 
awareness and those things pertaining to 
upgrading the social conditions of the Black 
student at Southwestern. Through this 
organization there is a framework in which 
each member can identify — with himself 
and with Southwestern. All students are 
encouraged to apply for membership. 




BLACK ORGANIZATION FOR SOCIAL SURVIVAL 
SITTING: Patricia Burgess, Carol Johnson, Lynette Saterfield, Kim Williamson STANDING: Herb Coe, 
James Flowers, Raymond Joyner, Gerald Shaw 



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DELTA DELTA DELTA 
FRONT ROW: Mina Hoyer, Pam Higgins, Laura Hinson, Martha Ebensberger, Beth Rosecrans, Karen Ada, Luci Aitkins, 
Margie Routon, Lynn Parr, Catherine Mendenhall, Shera Hall, Karen Yarberry, Shannon Kirkpatrick, Susie Kirkpatrick, 
Amy Jarvis SECOND ROW: Melinda Pentecost, Molly Connor, Laurie Shepherd, Jeanie Speck, Cindy Williams, Karla 
Allis, Ellin Prudhomme, Lynn Sells, Shirley Fleuriet, Shawn Redman, Ronda Nelson, Mary Dawn Burnett, Kendall Parrish, 
Carey Roper, Julie Nelson, Linda Carter THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Knight, Laurie Graff, Cheryl Immasche, Marie Cunning- 
ham, Louise Lander, Adri Bujosa, Beth Gentry, Carolyn Abraham, Pam Whitman, Nancey Olsen FOURTH ROW: Barb 
Mandell, Aubra Frazer, Michelle Moody, Karen Lambert, Beth Hollingsworth, Carol Bender, Diane Rosenblad, Cathy 
Lynch, Mimi Winters, Dianne Day, Julia Bush, Yvette Payne, Gayle Murphy 
NOT PICTURED: Ellen Affleck, Eddy Bray, Ann Bruns, Lisa Clifton, 
Dianah Dulany, Julie Schnepel, Teresa Schroeder 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 
Founded in 1888 in Boston, Massachusetts 
Southwestern's Theta Epsilon chapter was installed in 1 91 1 
Their colors are Silver, Gold, and Blue and their flower is the 
Pansy 




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DELTA ZETA 
Founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, in 1 S02 
Southwestern's Gamma Zeta chapter was installed in 1 946. 
Their colors are Pink and Green and their flower the Rose. 




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DELTA DELTA 
FIRST ROW: Brenda Morris, Margie Lindsley, Debbie Webster, Gina McCorkle, Celia Taylor, Karol Sandberg, C. J. For- 
bess, Mary Ballou, Chatty Chapman, Muareen Goodnow, Beth Vandament, Darlene Evans SECOND ROW: Mary Beth 
Thomas, Cindy Durett, Maralee Buttery, Betsy Rylander, Deborah Vardiman, Delana Roberts, Lesly Windham, Vicki 
Pierce, Rebecca Brown, Merrie Frost, Patty Woodfin, Kim Kennedy THIRD ROW: Allison Louis, Sharon Marquis, Carol 
Janicek, Cindy Newman, Mary Pike, Carol Sloan, Annette Austin, Beth Biar, Diane Bailey, Leigh-Anne Horton, Sandra 
Hobbs, Jeanne Clifford, Lisa Amos 



Panhellenic 

Women 's Panhellenic. Women's 
Panhellenic Council is composed of 
four delegates from each chapter of 
national social sororities 
represented on the campus. It has 
for its purpose: to maintain on a 
high plane sorority life and inter- 
sorority relations with the 
University, to cooperate with the 
scholastic standards, and to 
compile rules governing rushing, 
pledging, and initiation by sororities 
on this campus; to work together for 
the good of the college and all its 
women students. 




PANHELLENIC 
L. to R.: Kendall Parrish, Barbra Mandell, Pam Pitzer, Cary Nixon, Cindy 
Truax, Karen Little, Caroline Jobe, Brenda Morris, Jenny Pelton, 
Annette Austin 



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nter- 

Fraternity 

Council 

Men's Inter-Fraternity Council. Men's 
Inter-Fraternity Council is the 
organization of the fraternities on 
campus. Membership is composed of 
three members from each fraternity: the 
president and two others. The purpose of 
the organization is to band together the 
Greek men of the campus for the 
betterment of the fraternity system of 
Southwestern. 



INTER— FRATERNITY COUNCIL 
L. to R.: Tim Croutch, Larry Loden, Allen Halbrook, Blake Stanford, 
Brook Stoud, John Dieck, Greg Gibson, Kyle Nunly 



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KAPPA ALPHA 
FIRST ROW: Larry Cotton, Bryan Neal, Rex Pries, Kelly Olmstead, David Hailez, Keith Husbands, Nick Phillips, Jerry 
Holmes, David Menconi, Mark Frost, Kelly Byers, Bruton Lynch, Jim Stark SECOND ROW: Greg Willis, David Stan- 
ley, John McCord, Mike Rhoden, Robert Heydenreich, Rod Meagher, Tad Trysinger, Steve McGrede, James Mor- 
gan, Jerry Pate, Brad McCampbell, David Shoemaker, Pat McCurrin, Scott Flournoy, Randy Tadrique THIRD ROW: 
Tom Sloan, Larry Loden, Mat Worley, Kenny Whitworth, Wayne Bissett, Clay Cornett, Brian Russ, Chris Wlson, Mark 
Piwetz 

Kappa Alpha 
Founded in 1 865 at Washington and Lee University 
Southwestern's Chi chapter was installed in 1 883 
Their Colors are Crimson and Gold and flowers are the Magnolia 
and the Red Rose 



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KAPPA SIGMA 
KNEELING: Presley Moch, Craig Stanford, Cory Richards, Alan Neal, David Brockleman, Mitch 
Brownlee, Dennis Reynolds STANDING: Rod Bailey, Eric Reynolds, Blake Stanford, Phillup Kurtz, Billy 
Young, Mike Josephs, Danny Middlebrooks, Chris Mathers, Eddie 
Sherwood, Gerald Shaw, John Gould, Wood Rogers IN TREE: Perry 
Zivley, Mark Robertson, Kent Roper, Jeff Forrester, Scott Concel- 
man, Rob Middlebrooks, Rob Lee HANGING (center): President Mark 
McPhail NOT PICTURED: Mark Kubiki 



Founded in 1 869 at the University of Virginia 
Southwestern's lota chapter was installed in 1 886 ^ 

Their colors are Scarlet, Green, and White and their flower the 
Lily of the Valley 




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Phi Delta Theta 
Founded in 1 848 at the Miami University 
Southwestern's Gamma chapter was installed in 1 886. 
Their colors are Argent and Azure and their tlower the White 
Carnation. 




114 



PHI DELTA THETA 
FIRST ROW: Stephen Kyle Gardner, Stephen Wayne Hermann, Derrick Scott "Ernie" Armsworth, Peter Van Wilcox, Ken- 
neth David Baker, Gregory Leigh Gibson, Kevin Bruce Dice, Tony Angelo Lostracco Jr., Gene Edward McCall, Jay Tamblyn 
Smith, Kyle Cameron Nunley SECOND ROW: David Bryan Carpenter, Douglas Evan Hutchins, Jan Maurice Greenspan, 
William Ray Whitman, Randy Messer, Dennis Dave Conder, Frank Barton Shaw, Stephen Kyle Barker, Hunter Kell Hardy, 
Alan Jay Katzen, Thomas Mehlman THIRD ROW: William Alan Coers, Mike Edward Ellis, John Anthony Dieck, Stephen Lee 
Cobb, George Hagey Pratt IV, Gary Ashby Wills, Edward Hugh Bell III, Russell Scott Briggs, Jefferson Clark Johnson 
FOURTH ROW: Joseph Jordan French III, Walt Allan Cleveland, Kim Patterson Mulvey, Frank Clayton Rote, Gerald Chris- 
topher Shroff, Gregory Carter, Jon Michael Dickson, Jack Everett McNutt NOT PICTURED: Thomas Carl Pitcock, John 
Chester Welborn II, William Key Ransone, Andrew Malcom Shelton 




PhiMu 
Founded in 1852 in Macon, Georgia 
Southwestem's Xi Kappa chapter was installed in 1 906 
Their colors are Rose and White and their flower is the 
Enchantress Carnation. 




PHI MU 
FIRST ROW: Selina Reyes, Charla Patton, Paz Del Rosario, Ruth Wilson, Joan Carper, Elaine Kill- 
ingsworth, Peri Haun SECOND ROW: Jeanine Samer, Debbie Wiemers, Eunice Cabrales, Kay 
Wiemers, Karen Crenwelge THIRD ROW: Cindy Saxman, Susan Hennigh, Jenny Tubb.s BACK 
ROW: Colleen Ozan, Kathryn Gregory, Peggy Leisenring, Stephanie Dory, Becky Bendiksen, Judy 
Lindemann, Paula Stewart 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 
FIRST ROW: Tim Kiker, Jarrell Sharpe, Tim Croutch, Craig Caites, Bill Kirk, Phil Bullard, Mark Wood SECOND ROW: Mark 
Danheim, Neil Kirkpatrick, Tom Doud, Steve Loffburrow, Tom Schlencker, Gary Shipp, John Zweiner, Steve Robertson, Dan 
Dalton, Robin Clearman, Doug Foxworth, Joe Pool, Don Smith, Roger Mitchell THIRD ROW: Frank Stowers, Charles Lang, Phil 
Moye, John Janda, Tom Deacon, Ken Pruett, Harold Lotz FOURTH ROW: Jim Shaw, David Alexander, John Buchanan, Mike 
Brabandt, David Ross, Ros Hill, Mike Sheppard, Craig Reed, Bill Haygood, Allen Halbrook, Steve Ressling, Joel Vera FIFTH 
ROW: Jim Burke, Jim Zwiener, Joe Bill Sanders, Chris Cragg, Jim Zalles, Joe Lopez, James Shepperd, Carl Shaulis, Tommy 
Brumett, Paul Fyke, Steve Leggert, Stuart Soloman, Travis Jones 




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Pi Kappa Alpha 
Founded at the University ot Virginia 1 868 
Southwestern's Alpha Omicron chapter was installed in 1 91 
Their colors are Garnet and Gold and their flower is the Lily of the 
Valley 



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ZETA TAU ALPHA 
FIRST ROW: Steve Lufburrow, Patrick Loring, Greg Gibson, Theresa James, Tom Schlenker, Carol Deschner, Katrina Parker, 
Julie Williams, Cary Nixon, Karen Rymer, Missy Wickes, Laura Bennett, Angela Ross, Hope Phillips, Shari Heacock, Tal Los- 
tracco, Gaylynn Gillis CENTER: Sandy Fulenwider, Kris Hatch, Mary Tarver, Laura Logan, Joanie Graham, Kathy Rowland, 
Robin Holmstrom, Judy Anthony, Donna Bryant BACK ROW: Joey French, Kyle Nunley, Jan Cowan, Annette Lee, Marty Ham- 
lett, Ruth Waters, Leslea Pike, Larry Cotten, Carolyn Croom, Robin Atkinson, Debbie Barrier, Gloria Garcia, Laura Sherman, 
Pam Pitzer, Mary Hood, Glenda Porter, Carol Stanford, Tracy Strane, Gene McCall, Ed Bell, Steve Cobb, Gary Wills, Walt Cleve- 
land 



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ZETA TAU ALPHA 
Founded in 1898 at Farmersville, Virginia 
Southwestern 's Lambda Chapter was installed in 1 906. 
Their colors are Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray and their flower is 
White Violet. 




117 



BRIEF HISTORY OF FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES 

Southwestern University, which recently celebrated its fifty-seventh anniversary, is the successor of 
four other institutions of learning founded at various times by the Methodist Church of Texas — Ruterville 
College, McKenzie College, Wesleyan College, and Souie University. In 1874 Rev. Francis A. Mood 
obtained a charter for Southwestern University which was located in Georgetown. Dr. Mood is called the 
founder of Southwestern for which he served faithfully until his death in 1884. 

On the Campus of the thriving little school different organizations began to exist and among them were 
the Fraternities and Sororities. The first of these was the Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Fraternity which was 
founded in Southwestern University on November 28, 1 883, with six Charter Members: R. C. Porter, W. 
C. McKaney, T. L. Crow, W. E. Hawkins, E. W. Martin and E. Embree, Jr. 

Several years later the Texas Gamma Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity was -founded. On March 12, 
1886 A. R. Johns, R. L. Penn, M. K. Pateman", A. J. Perkins, W. H. Anderson, J. B. Hawkins, Abonn Holt, 
J. E, Quarles, J. H; Williams, R. S. Carter and S. J. Thomas were granted the Charter, 

On October 12, 1886 Iverson B. Love, Jessie C. Baker, Jasper B. Gibbs and John Stanley Moss were 
granted the Charter for the Iota Chapter of Kappa Sigma which is the twenty-first Chapter in American 
Kappa Sigmas. 

On November 12, 1910 Alpha Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was granted a charter by the 
Supreme Council of the Fraternity. The charter members were: A. D.Voight, Samuel A. Grogan, C. M. 
Singleton, J. M. McGuire, M. T. Waggoner, G. D. Chapman, and 0. 0. Mickle. 

The Fraternities had been progressing rapidly but not until 1906 were the Sororities more than secret 
lodges and local organizations. Among the first of these was Lambda Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha which 
was granted its charter on May 1 3, 1 906. The Charter members were: Elizabeth Hardy, Bess Whittle, Ailie 
Barcas, Pauline Clark, Jean Whittle, Louise Gibson, Rosina Nelson, Rannie Collier, Myrtice Nelms, Lola 
Branson, Blossom Pittman, Irene Gammill, Edith Branson, Hazel Whittle, Katherine Fiser, Sunshine Dick- 
erson, Bes Bailey, Lena Mae Nelms, Ena Dent, and Clara Wellborn. 

The Zeta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was not granted its charter until February 1907, although this 
organization was the first 6n Southwestern Campus. Mary Mann, Madge Cooper* Gladys Graves, Early 
Price, Gladys Snyder, Martha Sanders, Nannie B. Clamp, Mabel Taylor, Gene Daughtrey, Louise Bellford 
and Catherine Chessleer were the charter members. 

The local Xi Kappa was organized in Southwestern in 1 906 but was not chartered until May 1 , 1 908 as 
the Xi Kappa Chapter of Phi Mu. Thirteen girls were initiated as charter members: Annie Bankright, Mary 
Inez Coon, Ola Niece, Minnie Lee taulman; Mabel Grace (Daughterly, Mary Elizabeth Hanover, Jessie 
Sessions, Katherine Howard, Ailine Terrell Smith, Jimmie Smyth, Bertha McKee, Eula Mae Rollins, and 
JuliaMangum. 

The Theta Epsilon Chapter of Delta Delta Delta was granted their charter on September 5, 1 91 1 . 
Among the charter members were: Madge Hendry, Ann Carter, Ella Sedberry, Bess Crutchfield, Sadie 
Hudson, Hazel Barnes, Cornelia Hightower, Lucy May Agnew, Haliie Louise Crutchfield, Pauline Swaf- 
ford, Kittie Cain, Norma Smith, Katherine Mitchell, Gladys Lockett, Mary Kathleen Rose, Edna Maud 
Brown and Mary Wills. 

In 1 946 a local sorority known as Lambda Sigma Gamma was established as Gamma Zeta of Delta 
Zeta, the National sorority. The members of Lambda Sigma Gamma were: Mary Jane Trammell, Mildred 
Mendenhall, Yvonne Reeves, Carolyn Booker, Leona Catherine Cheek, Helen Theresa Cocke, Ouida 
Mae Dent, Betty Joe Durdin, Marjorie Elaine Eads, Dolores Ferenez, Doris Vivian Gustafson, Mary Grace 
Horrigan, Miss Howard, Miss Hunt, Barbara Jeannine Kirsch, Betty Owen Lord, Rosemary Virginia Miiho- 
lin, Laura Ann Muennink, Julia Ruth Puckett, Isobel Tresa Sayers, Stelloise Shipp, Lea Wiggans, Miss 
Wright. 



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ANGELES M.AGUILAR 

Nuevo Laredo, ZZ 

Bio. 



PETER M.AGUILAR 

San Antonio, TX 

Rel. 



CLISAARRENDELL 

San Marcos, TX 

Soc. 



KIMDARIENARRENDELL 

San Marcos, TX 

Soc. 




TRACE BENEDICT 

Grapevine, TX 

Elem. Ed. 



Picture 

Not 

Available 



REBECCA BENDIKSEN 

Galveston, TX 

Soc. 



GRACE E. BERNHARDT 

Victoria, TX 

G. Bus. 



RANDAL M. BOSWELL 

Conroe, TX 

Bio. 





It,* 



STEVE F. CHALOUPKA 

Rosenberg, TX 

Acct. 



LISA JANE CLIFTON 

Dayton, TX 

Sci. 



CLAY A. CORNETT 

Alpine, TX 

Econ. 



KARLENE F. COX 

Georgetown, TX 

Elem. Ed. 



CAROL BETH BENDER 

Allison Park, PA 

Elem. Ed. 




KIMBERLEY BROWN 
Dallas, TX 
Elem. Ed. 




PATRICIA D. BURGESS 


CHARLES R. BURNS, JR. 


RANDELL E. BURT 


MARALEE BUTTERY 


CRAIG CATES 


Houston, TX 


Austin, TX 


San Antonio, TX 


Midland, TX 


Del Rio, TX 


Spee. 


Acct. 


Hist. 


PS. 


G. Bus. 




TIMOTHY C. CROUCH 

Denton, TX 

Thea. 



Class of 80 




WILLIAM W.CURTIS 


MARK E. DANHEIM 


MATTHEW M. DAUDE 


Oklahoma City, OK 


Clute, TX 


Killeen, TX 


PS. 


Acct. 


M. Lit. 



LESLIE DAVIS 

Georgetown, TX 

Bio. 




CINDY POPE DENNIS 

Georgetown, TX 

Acct. 



JOHN A. DECK 

Harlingen, TX 

Chem. 



STEPHANIE A. DORY 

Houston, TX 

Apmu. 



CYNTHIA DURETT 

Bay City, TX 

G. Bus. 



PATTYEJ. DEDEAR 

Georgetown, TX 

Math 




KAREN KAY ELLIS 

Midland, TX 

Mu. 




MIKE E ELLIS 


THERESA D. EVANS 


SCOTT M. FLOURNOY 


AUBRAC.FRAZER 


PATRICIA FULMER 


Crockett, TX 


Bay City, TX 


Lake Jackson, TX 


Fort Worth, TX 


Longview, TX 


Hist. 


Bio. 


G.B. 


G. Bus. 


Mu. Ed. 




STEPHEN TANNER GARTH 

Midland, TX 

Hist. 



GWEN GRIFFIN 
Victoria, TX 



L. KEVIN GUESS 

Georgetown, TX 

Mus. 



JUDITH CARTER GRAVES 
San Antonio, TX 



WREN MARIE GRAY 

Corpus Christi, TX 

P.S. 



Seniors 




GARY HAMMAC 


DEBRA ANN HANSEN 


KRISTIN HATCH 


SHARI L. HEACOCK 


ROBERT HEYDENREICH 


San Antonio, TX 


Dallas, TX 


Austin, TX 


Austin, TX 


San Antonio, TX 


P.E. 


P.E. 


Eng. 


Elem. Ed. 


PS. 








MICHAEL W. HOUSTON 

Georgetown, TX 

Mu. 



GREGORY A. HUTCHINS 

Bellville, TX 

Soc. St. 



MELINDA E. JOHNSTON 

Dallas, TX 

Eng. 



WILLIAM O. KIRK 

Texas City, TX 

Chem. 



ADRIAN DORAN KNAPPER 

Marrero, LA 

Soc. 




PHYLLIS R. KURTIN 

Granger, TX 

Mu.S. 



AARON KEITH LEWIS 

Georgetown, TX 

Mu.E. 



HELEN KAREN LITTLE 
Houston, TX 



HARRY MICHAEL LOWE 

Dallas, TX 

P.E. 



KATHLEEN MACLEAN 

Lake Jackson, TX 

Mktg. 





BARBARA A. MANDELL 

Dallas, TX 

G. Bus. 



SHARON E. MARQUIS 

Houston, TX 

Bio. 



MORRISA L. MARSHALL 

Tilden, TX 

Acct. 



PAUL JOSEPH MARSHALL 

Westerly, Rl 

G. Bus. 



NANCY ANN MCATEE 
Beaumont, TX 



P.E. 



Class of 80 




STEPHEN L MCGREDE 

Pasadena, TX 

G. Bus. 



JOHN KNOX MCKEE 

Temple, TX 

Soc. St. 



MARY ELL MCMILLAN 

Richardson, TX 

G. Bus. 



RAEMONA A. MCNEILL 

Beeville, TX 

Mktg. 














RODNEY E MEAGHER 

Killeen.TX 

G.Bus. 



MICHELLE MOODY 

Houston, TX 

Soc. 



BRENDAL. MORRIS 

Pasadena, TX 

Mngt. 



TAKA NAKAMURA 

Zushi Kanagawa, Japan 

1st. 



J MICHAEL NUSSBAUM 

Sante Fe, NM 

Eng 



JAMES R.OLIVER 

Houston, TX 

Econ. 



COLLEEN OZAN 

Kirbyville, TX 

Soc. St. 



LISA ANNE PELOSI 

Galveston, TX 

G. Psy. 



ROBERT M. MCPHAIL 

Houston, TX 

PS. 




CARY ANN NIXON 

Midland, TX 

H. Psy. 




PARIS C. PERMENTER 

Georgetown, TX 

Acct. 




KATHERINEF PETERSON 

Point Comfort, TX 

P.E. 



HELEN SUE PFAEFFLE 

Lake Jackson, TX 

So. Sc. 



MARY VICKI PIERCE 

Carthage, TX 

M. Lit. 



VIVIAN L. POLLARD 

Fort Worth, TX 

H. Psy. 



STEVE DURANT PONTIFF 

Bay City, TX 

Bio. 



Seniors 




JOE CURTIS POOL 


MARY ALLISON PRATT 


BOBBIE READ 


CHARLOTTE REED 


DENNIS W.REYNOLDS 


Dallas, TX 


Beaumont, TX 


Flynn 


Temple, TX 


Georgetown, TX 


H. Psy. 


Mktg. 




Mu. Ed. 


Art 




ERIC LEE REYNOLDS 

Georgetown, TX 

Art 




LAURA MOFFITT RUSS 

San Marcos, TX 

G. Bus. 



MELANIEA. RIELLY 

Rockdale, TX 

Mu. Ed. 



R. DIANE ROSENBLAD 

Austin, TX 

Soc. 



JAMES LORIN RULLA 
Midland, TX 



BRYAN F. RUSS, JR. 

Hearne, TX 

P.S. 




CAROL C. SALMON 

Dickinson, TX 

Fren. 



MICHAEL W.SCHMID 

Liberty Hill, TX 

G. Bus. 



JUDITH A. SCHMOELLER 

Harlingen, TX 

Mngt. 



JULIE SCHNEPEL 

Houston, TX 

Mu. Ed. 




TIMOTHY J. SCHOLL 

Tomball, TX 

Mu. Ed. 



RUSSELL D. SEGLER, JR. 

Laredo, TX 

P.E. 



JARRELL V.SHARP 

Seymour, TX 

Hist. 



RICHARD E. SHEPHERD 

Romney, WV 

Phys. 



ROBERTA. SHEPHERD 

Romney, WV 

Phys. 




RAYMOND J. SIMMONS 

Houston, TX 

Thea. 



KATHLEEN SLAUGHTER 

Dallas, TX 

Spee. 



CAROL E. SLOAN 

Corpus Christi, TX 

Bio. 



BRETNA M. SMITH 

Georgetown, TX 

Math 



SHARON JEAN SMITH 

Corpus Christi, TX 

Bio. 




TIMOTHY J. STANTON 

Dallas, TX 

G Bus. 



r 

FRANK KING STOWERS 

Pampa, TX 

G. Bus. 



COLLEEN SULLIVAN 

Richardson, TX 

Hist. 



SALLY SUH 

Georgetown, TX 

Math 



MARY E. THOMAS 

Houston, TX 

Elem. Ed. 




PAUL LANE THOMASSON 

Texas City, TX 

Rel. 



JACK DAVID TRAWICK 

San Antonio, TX 

Soc. Sc. 



SARAH R. TUNNELL 

Texarkana, TX 

P.S. 



BETH R. VANDAMENT 

Irving, TX 

Thea. 



AMANDA L. VILLARET 

San Angelo, TX 

Mus. 




REBECCA WATKINS 

Houston, TX 

Elem. Ed. 



DEBORAH L. WIEMERS 

San Antonio, TX 

P.S. 



JULIE ANN WILLIAMS 

Austin, TX 

P.S. 



M'LYNDA KAE WILSHER 

Lubbock, TX 

Intl. 



MARK WOOD 

Seabrook, TX 

Econ. 



Seniors 






PATRICIA C.WOODFIN 
FortWorth,TX;Eng. 



ANN WORTHING 
Wharton, TX; Art 



JOSE YUEN-MANRIOUEZ 
EIPaso,TX;G. Bus 



Seniors Not Pictured 



ANGELA ACTON 

Georgetown, TX; P.S. 
SONIAALVARADO 

Edinburg, TX; Psy. 
AMELIA BELLE AUDAS 

Houston, TX; Ap. Mu. 
DEBORAH BARRIER 

Houston, TX; G. Bus. 
ROBERT SCOTT BARTON 

San Antonio, TX; Rel. 
JULIA LOUISE BELIAN 

Corpus Christi, TX; Phil. 
CYNTHIA L.BELL 

Beaumont, TX; P.S. 
ALISON LINNE BERRY 

Midland, TX; Psy. 
BONNIE SUE BLAKNEY 

Granbury, TX; Elem. Ed. 
KELVIN RAY BLANK 

Yoakum, TX; P.E 
EDWINA KAY BRAY 

Lamesa, TX; Elem Ed 
DONALD LEE BRICKER 

Lubbock, TX; Chem. 
YVETTE P. BRICKER 

San Antonio, TX; Fren. 
LOUIS STERLING BROWN 

Georgetown, TX; So. St. 
CURTIS M.BROWNLEE, JR. 

Oklahoma City, OK; G. Bus 
ANN BRUNS 

New Brauntels, TX; Mkgt. 
PHILIP E.BULLARD 

Bellaire, TX; Acct. 
REBECCA L.BURKHARDT 

San Antonio, TX; Ap. Mu 
JULIA BREWER BUSH 

Falfurrias, TX; Elem. Ed. 
PEGGY D. BYARS 

Georgetown, TX 
DONNA K.CARTER 

Tomball,TX;Elem. Ed. 
M. SUZANNE CASON 

Duncanville, TX; Elem. Ed. 
LACEY ANN CHARLTON 

Weathertord, TX; Soc. 
MARK A. CHIESA 

Cuernavaca Morel, ZZ; G. 

Bus. 
WILLIAM ALAN COERS 

Dickinson, TX; H. Psy. 
ELIZABETH B. DAILY 

Houston, TX; H. Psy. 
DONNA ELAINE DAVIS 

Sugarland.TX; Soc. 
JOHN STEVEN DAVIS 



Houston, TX; Thea. 
LAURA LYNN DAWSON 

Deer Park, TX; P.E 
DIANNE BRIGHT DAY 

Garland, TX; Eng. 
DANIEL D. DEAVER 

Fort Worth, TX; Eco 
JACKH. DEGRAND 

Nacogdoches, TX; G Bus 
DIANA DULANY 

Belton,TX;Thea. 
JOAN MARIE EICH 

Round Rock, TX; Biol 
WILLIAM RENGVALL 

Temple, TX 
LLOYD R.FADRIQUE 

Houston, TX;G. Bus. 
BOBBIE A. FISHER 

Georgetown, TX; Mu. Ed. 
EDMOUND'FITZPATRICK 

San Antonio, TX; Ap. Mu. 
ANDRE PABLO GARCIA-N 

Las Vegas, NM; Ap. Mu. 
IRIS NAOMI GARCIA 

Brownsville, TX; Rel. 
TONY IRA GAUNTT 

Munday, TX 
MELISSA ANN GRANT 

Georgetown, TX; Acct. 
CHARLES RAY GUIDRY 

Killeen,TX;P.E. 
LESTER LYNN HAHN 

Austin, TX; Engr. 
THOMAS L. HAMBLETON 

Spring, TX 
HOLLY HARES 

Dallas, TX;Thsp. 
SUE HOFFPAUIR HARTON 

Lampasas, TX 
FRANCES M. G. HARTWICK 

La Vernia, TX; Elem Ed 
DIANE M.HAVELKA 

Georgetown, TX; P.E. 
JOSHUA JAMES HEARNE 

Midland, TX; Biol. 
JANEHOLLINGSWORTH 

Beeville, TX; P S 
ANDREA L.HOLT 

Midland, TX; Fren. 
DANIELA HOWELL 

Fort Leonardwood, MO; Ge 
BARBARA KAY HUSER 

Granger, TX 
CATHERINE M. INGALLS 

Georgetown, TX; H. Psy. 
ALVINLEEISENSEE 



Taylor, TX; Acct 
GEORGE CASEY JONES 

Cypress, TX; G. Bus 

KIMBERLYA. KENNEDY 

Houston, TX; Eng. 
GRAIG A. KOTZ 

Houston, TX 
KAREN E. LAMBERT 

Houston, TX; Ap. Mu 

JEFFREY A. LATIMER 

Austin, TX;G. Bus. 
JAMES CURTIS LIMMER 

Waco, TX; P.E 
HELEN KAREN LITTLE 

Houston, TX 
LAURA LEE LOGAN 

Lubbock, TX; Elem. Ed 
VALERIE ANN LOW 

Tucson, AZ; Am St 
STEPHEN LOZANO 

Georgetown, TX 
SUE HARRISON LUCAS 

Georgetown, TX; H. Psy. 
CATHERINE LEE LYNCH 

Montgomery, TX; Mu Ed. 
CARROLL L.MARCUS 

Austin, TX;G. Bus. 
MICHAEL E. MCCASLAND 

Austin, TX 
ALBERT MCCULLIN, III 

Georgetown, TX 
MICHELLE MCGILL 

Midland, TX; Bus. 
JENNY CAROL MCHAN 

Temple, TX 
DANC.MIDDLEBROOKS 

Georgetown, TX; G. Bus 
JOYCE MILLER 

Thrall, TX; G. Bus. 
J BENNETT MORGAN 

Dallas, TX;G. Bus. 
DAVID ALLEN MUNSEN 

Bellaire, TX 
GAYLE LYNN MURPHY 

Houston, TX; Biol. 
RAYMOND DANIEL NEMEC 

Jarrell, TX 
LAURA M.NUNEZ 

Georgetown, TX 
JAN OLIVER 
r. Dallas, TX;G Bus 
MARK A. OLIVER 

Houston, TX; Art 
JEFFREY OSBORN 

Georgetown, TX; Thea. 
JACKSON OREN PACE 



El Paso, TX; Biol. 
SAMUEL PARK 

Austin, TX; P.E. 
TODD BARTON PERRIN 

Austin, TX; Biol 
JANICE LEE PILGRAM 

Georgetown, TX 
LISA A. PITMAN 

Nederland, TX; Psy. 
MARK PIWETZ 

Houston, TX; Mu. Ed. 
LANA LEAH REESE 

Schwertner, TX 
BRENDA JEAN RENFREW 

Georgetown, TX; Mus 
MICHAEL B. RHODEN 

Houston, TX; Acct. 
JANICE M.RICHMOND 

Georgetown, TX; G Bus 
WILLIAM T.RICHTER 

Tyler, TX; Spee. 
HOYT GLEN RILEY 



San Antonio, TX, Mktg. 
RANDALL COMER STUMP 

Georgetown, TX 
ROBIN BROWN SYRING 

Georgetown, TX 
LIZETTE M.TANDY 

Brownsville, TX 
STEVEN P. TRUITT 

Fort Worth, TX; Thea 
PAULW. UPTHEGROVE 

Jarrell, TX; Thea. 
GORDON R URBANEK 

Austin, TX, Acct. 
LORNA VAN CLEAVE 

Carlsbad, NM 
RUBEN H.M.VASQUEZ 

Georgetown, TX 
SALLY L VICTORIN 

Miami, FL 
PAMELA W.WALKER 

Pflugerville, TX Elem Ed 
LESLIE WEIL 



Georgetown, TX; Elem. Ed Dallas, TX; Elem. Ed 



ROBIN J.ROBBINS 

Dallas, TX; P.E. 
MARSHA K. RUSSELL 

Kingsville, TX 
KATHY S.SCHNEIDER 

Georgetown, TX; G. Bus. 
MICHAEL A. SCHROEDER 

Georgetown, TX; G. Bus 
RICHARD C.SCHAFF 

Richardson, TX 
ALAN HEENAN SCOTT 

Carthage, TX; Biol. 
PHILLIP C.SEWELL 

San Antonio, TX 
LINDA SUE SHARPE 

Houston, TX;G Bus 
ANNE SHEFFIELD 

Cincinnati, OH; Elem. Ed. 
WILLIAM K. SHELDON, JR 

Georgetown, TX; G Bus 
CHRISTOPHESHUNGU 

San Antonio, TX; G. Bus. 
KAREN S.SIMCIK 

Granger, TX; Elem. Ed. 
MARK B.SMITH 

Georgetown, TX; Fren 
JOHNSONNENBERG 

Waco, TX 
ADELE M.SPENCER 

League City, TX 
PATRICIA STEINOCHER 

Coupland,TX;P.S 
TRACY STRANE 



CHAILLEE.WEILER 

Houston, TX, Elem Ed 
ELIZABETH WHITFIELD 

Houston, TX, Mktg. 
KENNETH M WHITWORTH 

Pasadena, TX, P.E 
CYNTHIA WILLARD 

Espanola, NM 
JOHN GREGORY WILLIS 

Houston, TX, Biol. 
K.CHRISTOPHER WILSON 

Houston, TX; Mktg 
ANGIED.WINSLOW 

Hemphill, TX 
MARTHA M. WINTERS 

Houston, TX; Elem Ed 
JAMES W.WINZELER 

Englewood, CO 
JOHN C.WONG 

Georgetown, TX 
DOAKM.WORLEY 

Dallas, TX; Acct 
JOHN GABBERT YOUNG 

Houston, TX; Math 
JOHN RICHARD ZWIENER 

Austin, TX; Chem 



Class of 80 



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128 




Karen Ada, Fr 
Alison Estelle Ader, Soph 
Ellen Affleck, Soph. 
Benjamin Aguayo, Jun 
Karla Kay Ailts, Soph 
Abdallah Alaoui M, Fr. 



David C. Alexander, Soph 

Michael Alexander, Soph 

Michelle L Allen, Fr. 

Sandra Allen, Fr. 

Lisa Amos, Fr 

Laura Anne Andrade, Jun. 



Judith D. Anthony, Jun. 
Edmundo Armendariz Soph. 
Derek S. Armsworth, Soph 
Babara A. Ashburn, Jun. 
Robin A. Atkinson, Jun. 
Annette C. Austin, Jun. 



Tracy Roy Baack, Soph. 
Ana Iris Bailey, Soph. 
John Henry Baker, Soph. 
Mary Jo Baker, Fr. 
Mary D. Ballou, Fr. 
Stephen Barker, Fr. 



Rachel D. Baugh, Fr. 
Mark Beatty, Fr. 
Edward H. Bell, III, Jun. 
Tammy Benedict, Fr. 
Laura Bennett, Fr. 
Beverly Berkey, Fr. 



Beth Michelle Biar, Soph. 
Martha E. Blanco, Soph. 
Kristi L. Boerner, Fr. 
Adreayn Booker, Fr. 
Elizabeth Bost, Fr. 
Tommy Bousquet, Fr. 



Julia Ann Bower, Fr. 
Patricia A. Bowerman, Fr. 
Elizabeth A. Boyer, Fr. 
Katherine Brancart, Fr. 
Julia Lynn Brawner, Soph. 
Elizabeth Breazeale, Jun. 



129 



David J. Broeckelmann, Fr. 
Kenneth L. Browne, IV, Jun. 
Thomas 0. Brumett, Fr. 
Donna Renee Bryant, Soph. 
John J. Buchanan, Soph. 
Bill Buckner, Fr. 



Adriana L. Bujosa, Soph. 
Michelle Burlingame, Soph 
Mary-Dawn Burnett, Soph. 
Eunice Cabrales, Fr 
Lisa Jo Canady, Soph. 
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Joan E. Carper, Fr. 
Karen Kay Carter, Fr. 
Toni Cascio, Jun. 
Linda Cavness, Soph. 
Mary C. Chapman, Fr 
Nancy Louise Chavers, Jun. 



Kelley S. Clark, Soph 
Walt A. Cleveland, Fr. 
Jeanne Clifford, Fr 
Mary M. Cloyd, Fr. 
Herbert Wayne Coe, Jun. 
Robin C Collins, Soph 



Scott Concelman, Fr. 
Dennis Conder, Fr. 



Molly Colette Conner, Jun. 
Karen Jo Cooper, Fr. 



Connie Lee Cornell, Fr. 
Laurence G. Cotten, Jun. 




130 




Janet Larue Cowan, Fr. 
Christopher Cragg, Fr. 



Karen L. Crenwelge, Soph. 
Wade M. Creson, Fr. 



Carolyn Croom, Fr. 
Linda J. Crow, Fr. 



Katherine Cullen, Fr. 
Martha L. Cutrer, Fr. 
Suzanne L. Dally, Fr. 
Daniel Blake Dalton, Jun. 
Mitchell S. Davies, Jun. 
Thomas W. Deacon, Soph. 



LorettaA. Deason, Soph. 
Penelope S. Delotto, Fr. 
Paz V. Delrosario, Fr. 
Carol Deschner, Fr. 
Sharon P. Dobias, Fr. 
Gary Wayne Dockery, Fr. 



Thomas Mules Doud, Soph. 
David B. Downman, Fr. 
Vicci Lorraine Drake, Jun. 
Erin Adrienne Duffy, Soph. 
Martha Ebensberger, Fr. 
David G. Eimann, Soph. 



Elizabeth Ethridge, Jun. 
John Edward Farr, Soph. 
Suzanne M. Farrar, Fr. 
Linda Marie Ferguson, Fr. 
James Edward Flowers, Jun. 
Cynthia Jane Forbess, Soph. 



131 



Jefferey E. Forrester, Fr. 
Tony E. Fraps, Fr. 
Lisa K. Freeman, Fr 
Joseph J. French, III, Soph. 
Mark Wilson Frost, Fr. 
Merne M. Frost, Soph 



Sandra K. Fulenwider, Fr. 
Robert Foster Gadd, Fr. 
Gloria O. Garcia, Soph. 
Stephen Kyle Gardner, Soph- 
Kay Monette Garner, Fr 
Gaye Gentes, Fr. 



Gregory Leigh Gibson, Jun. 
Amanda Giliotti, Fr. 
Gaylynn Gillis, Fr. 
John Wesley Gilpin, Fr. 
Teresa Diane Ginn, Fr 
Rodney Glasper, Fr. 



Walter Goll.Fr. 
Efraim D. Gonzales, Jun. 
Maureen I. Goodnow, Jun. 
John R. Gould, Fr 
Laurel Ann Graet, Jun. 
Eric Duval Gray, Soph. 



Katherine Gregory, Fr. 
David Hailey, Fr, 



Jan Anne Hajda, Fr. 
Joseph A. Halbrook, Jr. 



Fr 



Shera Gwendolyn Hall, Fr. 
Martha E. Hamlett, Fr. 




132 




John Harper, Fr. 
Pamela Kay Harting, Jun. 



Renee Louise Hartman, Soph 
Jana Hegar, Fr. 



Anna E. Heier, Fr. 
Lisabeth Heuschkell, Jun. 



Karen Hicks, Soph. 
Laura K. Hinson, Fr. 
Mary L. Hood, Fr. 
Kathryn F. Hoover, Fr. 
Leigh-Anne Horton, Fr. 
Jeffrey Dean Houston, Jun. 



Nita Darlene Howell, Fr. 
Mina S. Hoyer, Fr. 
Keith Husbands, Fr. 
Cheryl Ann Immasche, Jun. 
Stephen Dean Ingram, Fr. 
Martha L. Isbell, Fr. 



Theresa Ann James, Fr. 
John David Janda, Fr. 
Carol Janicek, Fr. 
Bonnie Buckner Jay, Jun 
Carolyn Sue Jobe, Soph. 
Carol E. Johnson, Fr. 



Donna Lynn Johnson, Jun. 
Heenan Johnson, III, Jun. 
Sheryl Johnson, Fr. 
James Robert Jones, Jun. 
Jamie A. Jones, Jun. 
Alan Jay Katzen, Fr. 



133 



Timothy W. Kiker, Soph. 
Anna E. Killingsworth, Fr. 
Shannon Kirkpatrick, Fr. 
Susan M. Kirkpatrick, Fr. 
Valerie G. Kiser, Jun. 
Mary Ellen Klar, Jun. 



Elizabeth Knight, Jun. 
Laura Kathryn Kotman, Jun. 
Linda E. Kofman, Fr. 
Tina Diane Lafuente, Jun. 
John W. Lamb, Soph. 
Kathryn Jean Lamb, Jun. 



Julia L. Lander, Fr. 
Sandra G. Lanzarotti, Fr. 
Rosanna L. Lapham, Soph. 
Annette Lee, Soph. 
Peggy Leisenring, Fr. 
Marcia A. Lesesne, Soph. 



Lydia D. Levy, Fr. 
Donna R. Little, Fr. 
Patrick Loring, Soph. 
Steven P. Lufburrow, Jun. 
Donna Lynn Lummus, Soph. 
Charles B. Lynch, Fr. 



Laura Major, Fr. 
Brenda Manaugh, Fr. 



Victor Manning, Fr. 
Kerry Lynn Mathews, Jun. 



Bruce McCaskill, Fr. 
Shelia McClendon, Fr. 




134 



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Paige W McDaniel, Fr. 
Thomas McGee, Jun. 



Michael C. McGinnis, Soph 
Cynthia McSkimming, Fr 



David L. Menconi, Fr. 
Catherine Mendenhall, Fr 



Terri Middlebrooks, Fr 
Kevin Middleton, Fr. 
Cheryl A. Miles, Fr. 
Donna Miller, Fr. 
Robert Montalbo, Fr. 
Phillip Paul Moye, Jun. 



Sylvia Nannini, Fr. 
Lisa Natoli, Soph 
Kyle Neely, Fr. 
Diana G. Nelson, Fr. 
Ronda Lisa Nelson, Fr. 
Cynthia Kay Newman, Jun. 



Kyle Cameron Nunley, Soph 
Diane L Oertli, Fr. 
Margarita Olivarez, Jun. 
Tracy Padgett, Fr. 
Sharon Helen Parham, Fr. 
Lyda Lynn Parr, Fr. 



Kendall Parrish, Soph. 
Susan Pate, Fr. 
Charla Joan Patton, Jun. 
Harold Lee Peacock, Jun. 
Jennifer Lee Pelton, Jun. 
Melinda R. Pentecost, Soph 



135 



Stacey L. Peters, Fr. 
Keith D. Peterson, Fr 
Hope Elaine Phillips, Soph 
Joe Earl Phillips, Fr 
Leslea Pike, Soph 
Mary Pike, Fr 



Pamela F. Pitzer, Fr 
Creighton C Pollex, Fr 
Rosalind Pollex, Fr 
Brenda Pontiff, Soph 
Janine Pope, Fr 
George H Pratt, IV, Fr 



Rex Lawrence Preis, Jun 
Elizabeth Prudhomme, Soph 
Ellinor Prudhomme, Soph 
Kendall P. Pruett, Soph 
Patricia Ann Raeke, Fr. 
Allan W Rainwater, Soph. 



Jana Marie Ramsay, Soph 
Cary Allen Ray, Fr 
Shawn Holmes Redman, Fr. 
Damon Reed, Fr 
Michael G Reed, Jun 
Robin H Reynolds, Soph 



Henry H, Robinson, Fr 
Karen Rocha, Fr 



Karen Roe, Fr 
Farris Rookstook, 



Fr. 



Carey Roper, Soph 
Elizabeth Rosecrans, Fr 




136 




Angela Ross, Fr. 

David Wesley Ross, Soph. 



Margaret H. Routon, Fr. 
Kathryn May Rowland, Jun. 



Joy Royal, Fr. 

James W. Rubarth, Soph. 



Charmaine Russell, Fr. 
Karen Ryan, Fr. 
Karen Lyn Rymer, Jun. 
Jeanine Gail Samer, Fr. 
Karol Anne Sandberg, Jun. 
Joe William Sanders, Fr. 



Karen Sanders, Fr. 
Dexter Saterfield, Soph. 
Lillian L. Saterlield, Fr. 
Mary B. Sattertield, Soph 
Cynthia Lynn Saxman, Fr. 
Randal Dean Schaefer, Jun. 



Thomas M. Schlenker, Jun. 
Kevin Joseph Schmid, Jun. 
Jane A. Schwartz, Fr. 
Cassandra Sedberry, Fr. 
Cheryl Sehlke, Fr. 
Lynn A. Sells, Soph. 



Carl L. Shaulis, Fr. 
Gerald Shaw, Fr. 
Gina L. Shelton, Soph 
Terrie D. Shelton, Fr. 
Laura K. Shepherd, Soph. 
Constance Sheppard 



137 



Michael Sheppard 
James Shepperd 
Anne R. Sherrod, Fr 
Teresa C. Shinn, Fr 
Dikoma Shungu, Jun 
Sheryl Simmons, Fr. 



Nancy K. Skinner, Jun. 
Steve Slaughter, Fr 
Donald A. Smith, Jun. 
Jay Tamblyn Smith, Soph. 
Steven A. Smith, Soph. 
Nancy J. Smothermon, Fr 



Julie Kay Soulen, Fr 
Keith G Spencer, Fr 
Patrick H. Stafford, Soph 
Carol Stanford, Fr 
H Blake Stanford, Jun 
Iris T. Stanley, Fr 



Lynn Stedman, Soph. 
Margaret M. Sterling, Fr 
Paula Stewart, Fr 
Brooke M. Stroud, Jun. 
Mary E. Tarver, Soph 
Amy LeeTatum, Fr 



Celia Taylor, Fr. 

Carol L Teas, Jun. 

Dana Lynne Thompson, Soph. 

Tayron K. Tolley, Fr 

Karen E Tomasco, Soph. 

Valerie Trevino, Fr 



Casey R. Triggs, Soph 
Cynthia L. Truax, Soph 
Jenny Lynn Tubbs, Jun. 
Luis Arthur Valle|0, Fr. 
Deborah Vardiman, Fr. 
Joel D. Vera, Fr. 



Curtis J, Vick, Fr 
Brian Douglas Wall, Soph. 
Sunday Walzel, Fr. 
Ruth Ellen Waters, Fr. 
Johnny C. Welborn, Fr. 
Kimberly D. Wellman, Fr. 




138 




Lelia Ann Young, Fr. 
James Zalles, Fr. 
Walter P. Zivley, Jr., Fr. 



Edward Wheeler, Soph 
Cheryl White, Fr 
Cheryl L. Whitley, Fr 
Melissa Anne Wickes, Jun. 
Susan Kay Wiemers, Fr 
Debbie Wilcox, Fr 



Linda Wilkins, Fr. 
Cynthia L. Williams, Fr. 
Leslie Jean Williams, Fr. 
Lynn Williams, Fr. 
Gary A. Wills, Fr. 
Ruth Wilson, Soph. 



Lesly Windham, Fr. 
Lou Ann Winston, Fr. 
Patricia Wood, Fr 
Karen Yarberry, Fr 
Teri Michele Yoakam, Fr. 
Holly Joyce Young, Fr. 



Carolyn B Abraham 
Eileen Acevedo 
John Lee Acevedo 
Robert W. Ahlgren 
Lucienne E Aitken 
Stephen P. Akin 
Lewis Vale Alexander 
Edwin A. Anderson 
Mark A Anderson 
Cheryl Andrew 
Leslie Renee Ansley 
James T Armstrong 
Trudy D Arrendell 
Diane V Bailey 
Rodney Gene Bailey 
Kenneth David Baker 
Cynthia M Ballard 
Duke J D Barnes 
Lance L Barnett 
PaulT Barton 
Barbara Ann Baum 
Karen Sue Bebee 
Stephen Beckendorf 
Kay Dawn Bennett 
Carol Ann Benziger 
Denise Bird 
Wayne Austin Bissett 
MaryK Blackwell 
Samuel Blanco 
Vicky Lynn Blank 
Lydia R Blomquist 
Joe Belton Bourne 
Sydnah E. Boyd 
Gail Raab Boyer 
Michael G Brabandt 
Allen B Bratton 
Melinda J Bridges 
Russell S Bnggs 
Diana Lynn Brogan 
Rebecca E. Brown 
Georgia E C Butord 
Jeanne Bulla 
Karen Elaine Bumpus 
Terrell Burch 
Linda Gay Burk 
Elmo James Burke, III 
Cynthia Kay Burns 
Martha Burns 
Charles R Burns, Sr 
Patricia L Burrer 



Kelly Jon Byers 
Terry Ann Bynum 
Holly Gaye Campbell 
Eileen A. Capuli 
David B Carpenter 
Clay Bryan Carr 
Greg J Carter 
Linda Ann Carter 
Frederick J Cartmill 
Dan P Chaney 
Martin D. Clearman 
Robin Van Clearman 
Carol Jean Cleaver 
Stephen D. Cleveland 
Robert Charles Coats 
Steven Cobb 
Elizabeth A Cohen 
Richard L. Corbin 
De AnneCorley 
Ann B Cornish 
Claire C. Covey 
Charles H. Cree 
Joan Crouch 
Michael P. Cuff 
G. Marie Cunningham 
Robert G.Custer 
Joy Beth Danner 
Donald W. Davidson 
Paula Diane Davidson 
Karen Davis 
Terry N. Davis 
Deborah J. Day 
Ruth Ellen Day 
Claudia K Dedear 
Michael R Dela'o 
John Denier, Jr 
Kevin Dice 
Jon M. Dickson 
David Diehl 
Mary Denise Dobias 
Kyle A Donaldson 
Ruth M Douglas 
Terrell M. Driskell 
Sally S Durham 
Jeffrey L. Dyer 
Molly E Elliott 
David Stanley Emrich 
Martin Andrew Engell 
Alan L. Enloe 
David Kyle Enoch 



Richard Ralph Erwm 
Dana D Evans 
Walter D Evans 
Joan E Fabac 
W Bryan Farney 
S David Ferguson 
Janet Lynn Fiero 
Linda A Fischer 
Sally S Fisher 
Shirley M Fleunet 
Carole Ann Forcier 
Suzanne Ford 
Karen L Foust 
Douglas M. Foxworth 
Clint Whitman Fraser 
George Frysinger, IV 
J Samuel Fullingim 
David Paul Fyke 
Terry Lynn Gawlik 
Beth Marie Gentry 
Patricia R. Giddings 
David Alan Giorda 
James David Gold 
Joel Owen Goode 
Lynn A Markham 

Goode 
Claudette J Graham 
Walter Gray 
Jan M Greenspan 
Pablo A. Guerrero 
David A Guillett 
Ronald S. Guillett 
Jennifer A. Hamann 
Bettye A Hamblen 
R. Brent Hardaway 
Emily E.Hardt 
Holly Sue Hardy 
Hunter Kell Hardy 
Julie Allison Hardy 
Anne Arnold Harris 
Pen Haun 
Scott David Hawn 
William H. Haygood, 

Jr. 
Shannon L. Heacock 
David E. Heidelberg 
Gerry Lee Heitman 
Susan R. Hennigh 
Stephen W Hermann 
Pamela Ann Higgins 



David Ivms Hill 
Raymond R Hill 
Sandra A Hobbs 
Carl W Hodges 
Robert Lee Hogberg 
Jerry R Holmes 
Robin Rae Holmstrom 
Craig Lee Hopkins 
Bradley D Howard 
Lori K Howard 
Walter G. Howell 
Terry Glen Hulet 
George Hurtado 
Douglas E. Hutchins 
James Howard Jacobs 
Amy Elizabeth Jarvis 
Barry Todd Johnson 
James B Johnson 
Jefferson C. Johnson 
S. David Johnson 
G Travis Jones 
Julie Ellen Jones 
Kimberly L. Jones 
Lauren Jones 
Patricia L Jones 
Michael F Joseph 
Raymond E Joyner 
James K Kalinec 
Kevin B Kalinec 
Leslee A Kammeyer 
Karen Keeler 
Hillery Keith 
Nancy Keller 
Janice Lee Kelley 
Mary Carolyn Kelly 
Eric Kemer 
Virginia Kinney 
Neil Kirkpatrick 
Mark K. Knaier 
Jeannie Knight 
Terry D Knobel 
Mark C. Kubicki 
Thomas P. Kurtz 
Charles E Laing, Jr 
Richard K. Langford 
Elizabeth C. Langwith 
Martha Wills Lantz 
Ka Chin Lau 
F. James Lawson 
MarkG. Lee 



Robert E Lee, II 
Steven B. Leggett 
Michael R Leonard 
Louis Kellis Lilly 
Judy Ann Lindemann 
Margie L Lindsley 
Larry Taylor Loden 
Mehn Rae Loftin 
Joe M Lopez 
Tony A. Lostracco, Jr. 
Harold J Lotz, Jr. 
Allison D'an Louis 
Clark E Lyda 
Pamela B Lynch 
Debbie C. Manning 
Kimber 1 / Marchbanks 
Billye Jeen Marek 
Jennifer Marshall 
Catrina Monet Martin 
Randy Ross Martin 
Ticha 

Mashambanhaka 
Stephen Massia 
Christopher Mathers 
Patrice S. Mathews 
Michael D Mayse 
Elizabeth McAllister 
Gene Edward McCall 
John Brad 

McCampbell 
Donnie F McClendon 
Shari J. McConville 
John El McCord 
Joseph D McCord 
Gina Lynn McCorkle 
AnnaV D McCullin 
Pat D McCurnn 
Terri K McGowan 
Jack E McNutt 
Malcolm D McQuoid 
Alice Louise Meeks 
Anne Louise Mehevec 
Thomas W Mehlman 
Randy Darrell Messer 
Roger W. Mitchell 
Presley Martin Mock 
Carol Moe 
Randy Jay Moody 
Elizabeth Ann Moore 
Howard R. Moore 



James Edward Morgan 
Eric D. Morrow 
Karen L. Muehlhause 
Kim Patterson Mulvey 
Alice Munro-Ferguson 
Megan P. Murphy 
Clifford S. Myers 
Frances Myers 
Miriam V. Myers 
Rhonda Lee Myers 
Esther M Navarro 
Bryan Keith Neal 
Howard Alan Neal 
Julie Marie Nelson 
Anthony Neuendorff 
Sandra L Nichols 
Martha Searcy Nikkei 
Tanya Lynn Nygrin 
Carol E. O'Connell 
Mary Alice O'Rourke 
Carlton Edwin Odom 
Kelly Olmstead 
Nan Ellen Olsen 
Suzanne Kay Orr 
Rebecca J Osborne 
JudyC Owen 
Kathryn K. Parker 
Douglas Pass 
Glen Evan Patrick 
David Alan Paty 
Dee Yvette Payne 
Robert Presley Peek 
William Cochran Peek 
Michael W Pence 
Jeffrey T Peters 
William B Pharr 
Jack R Phillips, Jr 
Nicholas W Phillips 
Dianna P. Pickens 
David F Pipes 
Glenda Porter 
Kathy Punfoy 
James Ragland 
Karen Scott Randall 
William Key Ransone 
Russell D Ravert 
Bobbie Reed 
Craig Andrew Reed 
Ronald William Reed 
Suzanne Reichert 



Ricnard S Ressling 
Selina Reyes 
Bradley J Rhodes 
Reu Cory Richards 
Hilaire K. Ridlon 
Delana Roberts 
Mark Robertson 
Stephen A. Robertson 
E Wood Rogers 
Karen M Rogers 
Kent Roper 
Frank Clayton Rote 
Trina Sue Rothwell 
Janet Lynn Russell 
Olivia E Rylander 
Guadalupe Saucedo 
Jon S Scarborough 
Russell A Schaefer 
Mark Twain Schieffer 
Teresa G Schroeder 
Donald R Scott, Jr 
Brian M. Secor 
Betsy Shaw 
Frank Barton Shaw 
James C Shaw 
Rebecca Ann Sheller 
Andrew M Shelton 
Laura Lynn Sherman 
Edward R Sherwood 
Wang-Ching Jean 

Shih 
Gary Fredric Shipp 
David Lee Shoemaker 
Julie Gay Shoup 
Gerald C. Shroff 
James M. Simonson 
Susan Kay Slagle 
Jonathan E Smith 
Randall Smith 
Sharon Jean Smith 
Mary Theresa Snow 
J. Stuart Solomon 
Linda Kay Sparks 
Jean Speck 
Gregory A Spence 
David C Stanford 
Nancy L Starbuck 
James H Stark 
Clare Sfedman 
Darrell R Steffek 



Robin Win Steitz 
Dorianne Stell 
Bruce Stockel 
Karen Sue Stringer 
Martha Stripling 
Michael E Tamez 
Scott Ray Terry 
Jill Maureen Teska 
Jeffrey Thacker 
Cynthia C Thompson 
Michael B Thompson 
Timothy E. Thompson 
RichardS Tolley 
Carol Ann Treible 
Karole L Trotter 
Kathy L Truman 
Laura Jannae Tunnell 
Kenneth Mark Tyson 
Peter Valamides 
AlfiaA Vela 
PhillisVenthem 
Jill Wallace 
Mary Gail Watson 
John Rex Wayland 
Debbie Lynn Webster 
Julianne White 
James T. Whitley 
Pamela Sue Whitman 
William Ray Whitman 
H Craig Whitney 
Jean Wilcox 
Peter Van Wilcox 
Rudolph Williams 
Kimberly Williamson 
Robert A Wilmot 
Kenneth E Wilson 
Martha Ellen Wood 
Charles W Young, Jr 
Jamea Zwiener 



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Dr. David Blumenfeld 
Carolyn and Fred McManis 
Professor of Philosophy 




Dr. Martha Allen 

Assistant Professor of History 



Mr. George Brightwell, Jr. 
Instructor of Economics and 
Business Administration 



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Dr. Bob Brown 
Professor of Physics 




Mrs. Muriel Burress 
Assistant Professor of Theater 
and Speech 



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Dr. Virginia Carwell 
Associate Professor of English 




Dr. William B. Jones 
Administrative Vice-President 
and Provost 






Dr. G. Benjamin Oliver 
Dean, The Brown College of 
Arts and Sciences 




Dr. Theodore T. Lucas 
Dean, the School of Fine Arts 



Dr. Barbara Brightwell 
Dean for Student 
Development 




Mr. William Swift 
Vice-President for Admissions 
and Student Development 




Mr. Kirk Treible 

Vice-President for Fiscal 
Affairs 



Dr. Judson Custer 
Vice-President for Educational 
Services 



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Mr. Richard Catania 
International Assistant to the 
French Program 




Mr. John Chapman 
Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics 




Dr. F. Burr Clifford 
Professor of Classics and 
Humanities 




Mr. Jim Cohagen 
Instructor of Physical 
Education 



Dr. B. Joe Colwell 
Lillie and Roy Cullen 
Professor of Economics 




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Dr. James Copeland 
Assistant Professor of Physics 







Dr. Weldon Crowley 

Lucy King Brown Professor ol 

History 



144 






Dr. Donald Deeds 

Assistant Professor of Biology 



Dr. Jan Dawson 

Assistant Professor of History 



Mrs. Maria Delgado 
Instructor of Foreign 
Languages 




145 




Dr. Leonard Giesecke 
Associate Professor of 
Economics and Business 
Administration 




Dr. EbGirvin 
Professor of Biology 




Mr. Fred Goodson 

Assistant Professor of Theatre 

and Speech 





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Dr. Jack Harris 

Assistant Professor of English 



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Dr. Elaine Graybill 

Assistant Professor of Foreign 

Languages 







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Dr. Walter Herbert, Jr. 
Herman Brown Professor of 
English 



Mr. Richard Harris 
Instructor of Economics and 
Business Administration 



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Dr. Fred Hilgeman 
Associate Professor of 
Chemistry 




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Dr. Dan Hilliard 
Assistant Professor of 
Sociology 




Dr. Douglas Hooker 
Professor of Psychology 




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Dr. Tex Kassen 
Associate Professor of 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Sharon Johnson 
Instructor of Education 



Mr. Claude Kennard 
Associate Professor of Art 




Dr. Edwin Lansford 
Professor of Biochemistry 




Mrs. Jane McCook 
Assistant Professor of English 




Mr. Jim Mallon 
Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education 



Dr. Bruce Mossman 
Assistant Professor of 
Education 



148 





Mr. William Moore 




MissGlada Munt 
Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education 




Dr. George Nelson 
Professor of Instrumental 
Music 




149 




Dr. Ellsworth Peterson 
Margaret Root Brown 
Professor of Fine Arts 




Dr. Jesse Purdy 
Assistant Professor of 
Psychology 




Dr. Regine Reynolds 
Associate Professor of French 
and Spanish 






Dr. John Score 
Professor of Religion and 
Philosophy 




Mrs. Suzanne Sculze-Widmar 
Assistant Professor of Music 



Mr. Kenny Sheppard 
Assistant Professor of Music 
Education 




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Dr. James Fraites 

Assistant Protessor ot Chemistry 



Dr. Edward Golla 

Associate Professor of Chemistry 



Mrs. Maryland Whitesell 
Instructor of Chemistry 



Not Pictured 



Mr. Kevin Taylor 
Instructor of Music 



Mr. John Wolf 
Instructor of Music 



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Mrs. Dorthy Thomas 
Secretary to the President 




Miss Marjorie Beech 
Assistant to the President 



Mr. Marcus Raney 
Director of Development 





Mr. Thomas Buckner, III 

Director of University Public 

Relations 




Mrs. Marilyn Parrott 
Director of Alumni Relations 



Mrs. Patricia Johnson 
Secretary to the Provost 



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Mrs. Barbara Seever 
Director of Public Relations 




Mr. Harold Eidson 
Coordinator, Data Processing 




Mrs. Janis Avery 

Secretary, Dean of School of 

Fine Arts 




Mrs. Donnie McClendon 

Secretary, Dean for Student 

Development 




Ms. Lynda Lieberman 

Coordinator, Campus 

Programing 




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Mr. Donald Heins 
Director of Housing 




Ms. Carol Tittle 
Associate Director of Housing 



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Mrs. Lynn Goode 
Secretary, Admissions 




Ms. Edna White 
Secretary, Admissions 



Mrs. Bea Charron 
Secretary, Admissions 




Mr. Michael RossYnan 

Associate Director of 

Admissions 



Ms. Terri Flagg 
Admissions Counselor 





Ms. Yolanda Cazares 
Admissions Counselor 



Ms. Christi Cook 
Admissions Counselor 



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Ms. Charlotte Taylor 

Director of Student Financial 

Aid 




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Mrs. Gloria Duffy 

Assistant to Director of 

Financial Aid 




Mrs. Jacquelyn Kreger 
Director of Health Service 




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Mrs. Myrtle Hartman 
Clerk 







Mrs. Wanda Vogler 
Senior Clerk 



Mrs. Opal Birch 
Switchboard Operator 




Mrs. Lucille Powers 
Switchboard Operator 



Mrs. Virginia Wiggins 
University Store 



Mr. Kenneth Chambers 
University Store 



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Mrs. Shirley Miller 
Secretary, Physical Education 




Nancy Smithwick 
Secretary, Purchasing 



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Mrs. Betty Knauth 
Director of Accounting 




Mrs. Faye Johnson 

Secretary, Dean of the Brown 

College of Arts and Science 




Mrs. Barbara Sappington 

Secretary to Vice President for 

Educational Services 



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Mrs. Barbara Thomas 
Secretary, Publications 

Mr. Robert Radford 
Operator/Programer, Data Processing 

Mrs. Suzanne Peterson 

Director of Programing, International House 

Mrs. Judy Wenzel 

Assistant Director of Admissions 

Mr. William Zimmerhanzel 
Chief of Security 

Mr. Erasmo Acevedo 
Security Officer 

Mr. Thomas Bickers 
Security Officer 

Mr. Paul Upthegrove 
Security Officer 

Mr. Charles Rine 
Security Officer 

Mr. Charles Ray 

Director of General Services 

Mr. William Shell 

Past Director of General Services 

Mr. Cecil Coffield 
Acting Plant Manager 

Mr. James King 

Supervisor Custodial Services 

Mrs. Laverne Johnson 
Secretary, Plant Operations 



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Second Row: Paris Permenter, Mary Pat McLaughlin 
Third Row: Charline Eicher, Katherine Stone, Ginger Erland 
Fourth Row: John Bigley, Grace Jones, Henry Wolgemuth 
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Nita Howell — Women's Sports 



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Staff of 
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Ruth Wilson — Classes. 




Kathy Brancart — Classes 



Laura Bennett — Student Life 




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TimKiker — Sports 

With this "richly illustrated and handsomely 
bound volume" the 1980 yearbook statf has 
tried to present a pictorial history of the year on 
the S.U. campus. This year's annual was 
brought to you by all the faces you see on 
these four pages. Also helping with the book 
are: Jim Burke, Tracy Baack, Bryan Carr, Mary 
Hood, Kathy Hoover, Charles Lang, Scott 
Rchey, Greg Espence, and Tom Schlencher. 
Cover design and women's sports insets by 
Kevin Middleton. Division pages by George 
Pratt and artistic assistance by Mark Shirly. 

A very special "Thanks" goes to Dean Bright- 
well, Jim Anderson, Barbara Seever, Lynda 
Leiberman, and Bill Buckner. 

Hope you like the book 



Rosanna Lapham — Typing and Richard Drytace — Layout 




George Rutherford 
Photographer 




Clare "Puddy" Covey 
Photographer 





Leoj Divad Arev 
Photographer 




Mr. Tom Buckner 
S.U. Public Relations 



Joel David Vera — Editor 




Casey Triggs — Copy (Sports) 



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Martha Young 1974-76 



Susan Donics 



Jennifer Sauer 



Robert Whitecotten 



Christopher Plaia 



This yearbook is dedicated to the memory of these students in the hopes 
that in the time they spent among us something was shared . . . and some- 
thing was learned. 



ADMINISTRATION 



Dr. Durwood Fleming 


141 


Dr. William B. Jones 


142 


Dr. G. Benjamin Oliver 


142 


Dr. Theodore T. Lucas 


16,89,142 


Dr. Barbara Brightwell 


142 


Mr. William Swift 


142 


Dr. Judson Custer 


142 


Mr. Kirk Treible 


142 


Mr. Fred Goodson 


146 


Dr. Elaine Graybill 


146 


Dr. Jack Harris 


146 


Mr. Richard Harris 


146 


Dr. T. Walter Herbert, Jr. 


146 


Dr. Fred Hilgeman 


25,147 


Dr. Dan Hilliard 


147 


Dr. Douglas Hooker 


147 


Dr. Richard Hossalla 


147 


Mrs. Drusilla Huffmaster 


147 


Dr. Horace Jacob 


147 


Mr. George James 


147 


Mrs. Sharon Johnson 


148 


Dr. Tex Kassen 


61,68,148 


Mr. Claude Kennard 


148 


Dr. Edwin Lansford 


148 


Mr. James Mallon 


148 


Mrs. Jane McCook 


148 


Mr. William Moore 


148 


Dr. Bruce Mossman 


149 


MissGladaMunt 


149 


Dr. George Nelson 


149 


Dr. Gwen Neville 


149 


Dr. Francis O'Brien 


149 


Dr. Lois Parker 


149 


Mr. Paul Peak 


149 


FACULTY 




Dr. Martha Allen 


143 


Dr. David Blumenfeld 


143 


Mr. George Brightwell, Jr. 


143 


Dr. Bob Brown 


143 


Mrs. Muriel Burress 


143 


Dr. VirqiniaCarwell 


143 



Mr. Richard Catania 

Mr. John Chapman 

Dr. F. Burr Clifford 

Mr. James Cohegan 

Dr. B. Joe Colwell 

Dr. James Copeland 

Dr. Weldon Crowley 

Dr. Jan Dawson 

Dr. Donald Deeds 

Mrs. Maria Delgado 

Mr. Thomas Douglass 

Mr. Guss Farmer 

Dr. Benjamin Findley 

Dr. James Fraites 

Dr. Billie Fullingim 

Dr. Leonard Giesecke 

Dr. EbGirvin 

Dr. Edward Golla 

Dr. Ellsworth Peterson 

Dr. Jesse Purdy 

Dr. Regine Reynolds 

Dr. Gary Richter 

Mrs. Gerhild Rogers 

Mrs. Pamela Rossman 

Mr. Raymond Schroeder 

Mrs. Suzanne Schultz-Widmar 

Dr. John Score 

Mr. Kenny Mac Sheppard 

Dr. NickSikes 

Mr. Mark Smith 

Dr. Farley Snell 

Dr. Robert Soulen 

Dr. Eldred Speck 

Dr. Norman Spellmann 

Mrs. Kay Standifer 

Dr. Suk-soon Suh 

Dr. Jon Swartz 

Mr. Kevin Taylor 

Mrs. Mary Visser 

Mrs. Marilyn Whitesell 

Dr. Ralph Whitmore 

Mr. John Wolf 



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171 



Angela Acton: B.A.; Pol. Sci. 
Maria delos Angeles Aguilar: B.A.; Biology; 121 
Peter Michael Aguilar: B.A.; Religion; Philoso- 
phy; 10,20, 121 
Sonia Alvarado: B.A.; Psych 
Kim Darien Arrendell: B.A.; Sociology; Philoso- 
phy; 121 

Carma Lisa Arrendell: B.A.; Sociology; History; 
121 

Merrill McVay Bailey: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Eco- 
nomics 

Deborah Gail Barrier: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Eco- 
nomics 

Robert Scott Barton: B.A.; Religion 
Julia Louise Belian: B.A.; Philosophy; English; 
Cum Laude 

Cynthia Lynn Bell: B.S in S.S.; Pol Sci ; History; 
Cum Laude 

Rebecca Jane Bendiksen: B.A.; Sociology; 121 
Tracie Jean Benedict: B.S. in Education; Elem. 
Ed.; History; 121 

Grace Elizabeth Bernhardt: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus ; 
Economics; 121 

Bonnie Sue Blakney: B.S. in Educ; Elem Educ; 
Math; Summa Cum Laude 
Jesse Price Blalock, Jr.: B.A.; Bus./Eco. & 
Thea. 

Kelvin Ray Blank: B.S. in Educ ; P.E.; Math 
Randal Milton Boswell: B.A.; Biology; Chemistry; 
121 

Wert Eugene Brooks III: B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Eco- 
nomics 

Kimberley Brown: B.S. in Educ; Elem. Educ; 
English; 121 

Curtis Mitchell Brownlee, Jr.; B.B.A.; Gen Bus.; 
Economics 

Elizabeth Ann Burkhalter: B.S. in Educ; P.E.; 
English 

Patricia Denise Burgess: B.A.; Speech; English; 
74,121 

Rebecca Louise Burkhardt: B.M.; French Horn; 
Summa Cum Laude; 74 

Charles Raymond Burns, Jr.: B.B.A.; Account- 
ing; Economics; 121 

Maralee Buttery: B.S. in S.S., B.A.; Pol. Sci , His- 
tory; Economics; Summa Cum Laude; 71, 73, 
121 

Peggy Diane Byars: B.S. in Educ; Elem. Ed ; 
Math 

Donna Kay Carter: B.S. in Ed.; Elem. Ed.; Gen- 
eric Spec Ed; 9, 30 

Mary Suzanne Cason: B.S in Ed.; Elem Ed.; 
Generic Spec. Ed. 

Craig Alan Cates: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Econom- 
ics; 121 

Mark Augustine Chiesa: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Eco- 
nomics 

Steven Fred Chaloupka: B.B.A.; Accounting; 
Economics; Dean's List, Student Congress Rep- 
resentative, Entertainment Committee Member 
of Ideas and Issues; 121 

Lisa Jane Clifton: B.S. in Ed.; Science/Chemis- 
try; 121 

Clay A. Cornett: B.B.A.; Economics; Gen. Bus.; 
69,74, 121 

Karlene Francis Cox: B.S. in Ed.; Elem. Ed.; Eng- 
lish; 75, 121 

Timothy Charles Crouch: B.F.A.; Theatre; 121 
William Woodward Curtiss: B.S. in S.S.; Pol. Sci.; 
121 

Elizabeth Bettes Daily: B.A.; Psych 
Mark Ernest Danheim: B.B.A.; Acct.; Econ. 
Dan Maxwell Darby: B.A.; History; Religion 



Donna Elaine Davis: B.S. in S.S.; Sociology; 
English 

Dianne Bright Day: B.A.; English; French 
Pattye Jo DeDear: B.A.; Mathematics; Theatre; 
Magna Cum Laude; 1 22 

Jack Harris DeGrand: B.B.A.; Gen Bus.; Eco- 
nomics 

Cindy D'Ann Pope Dennis: B.B.A.; Acct.; Econ.; 
122 

John Anthony Dieck, Jr.: B.S.; Chemistry; Biol- 
ogy, Math; Magna Cum Laude; 67, 73, 1 22 
Stephanie Anita Dory: B.M.; Voice; 1 22 
Janice Elaine Doughty: B.S. in Ed.; P.E.; English 
Diana Dulany: B.F.A.; Theatre 
Cynthia Kay Durett: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus ; Soc 
Econ.; 122 

Cynthia Ann Edge: B.F.A.; Art, Art History 
Karen Kay Ellis: B.M.E.; Music Ed.; S.U. Chorale, 
Opera Theatre, Delta Omicron; 122 
Theresa Darlene Evans: B.S.; Biology; Chemis- 
try; 122 

Scott Michael Flournoy: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; 
Econ. 

Aubra Clare Frazer: B.A.; Spanish; Business; 
122 

Patricia Ann Fulmer: B.M.; Music Ed. — Flute; 
Band, Sinfonietta, Delta Omicron, Distinction 
List, Delta Delta Delta — Asst. Rush, Chapter 
Room Chairman; 122 
Iris Naomia Garcia: B.A.; Religion; Psych. 
Stephen Tanner Garth: B.A.; History; Pol. Sci.; 
122 

Tony Ira Gauntt: B.A.; Biology 
John Richard Glass: B.S.; Chemistry, Math 
Melissa Ann Grant: B.B.A.; Accounting; Eco- 
nomics 

Ricky Don Graves: B.S. in S.S.; P.E.; Sociology 
Judith Carol Carter Graves: B.M.; Music Lit.; 1 22 
Wren Marie Gray: B.A.; Poli-Sci.; English; 70, 
122 

Lawrence Kevin Guess: B.M.E.; Music — Vocal; 
122 

Charles Ray Guidry: B.S. in Educ; P.E.; History 
Sue Ann Hoffpauir Harton: B.B.A.; Accounting; 
Economics; Cum Laude; 75 
Kristin Anne Hatch: B.A.; English; History; 1 22 
Robert Carl Heydenreich: B.A.; Poli-Sci.; 1 23 
Andrea Lois Holt: B.A.; French; Art History 
Michael Wayne Houston: B.M.E.; Music — 
Vocal; Cum Laude; 122 

Gregory Alan Hutchins: B.S. in Educ ; Soc. Stu. 
— History; 123 

Laeslie Dean Huff: B.M.E.; Music — Instr. 
Alvin Lee Isensee: B.B.A.; Accounting; Econom- 
ics 

Melinda Ellen Johnston: B.A.; English; Business; 
28, 123 

William Overton Kirk: B.S.; Chemistry; Biology; 
Cum Laude; 123 

Adrian Doran Knapper: B.S. in S.S.; Sociology; 
123 

Graig Alan Kotz: B.S. in S.S.; Psychology 
Phyllis Roberta Kurtin: B.M.E.; Music — Instr.; 
123 

Karen Elaine Lambert: B.M.; App Music — 
Voice 

Aaron Keith Lewis: B.M.E.; Music — Instr.; 1 23 
Valerie Ann Low: B.A.; American Studies 
Stephen Jesse Lozano: B.A.; Poli-Sci. 
Sue Harrison Wich Lucas: B.A.; Psychology; 
Cum Laude; 73 

Catherine Lee Lynch: B.M.E.; Music — Vocal 
Michael Eugene McCasland: B.B.A.; Account- 



ing 

Mary Lou McCrary: B.A.; English 
Stephen Louis McGrede: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; 
Economics; 123 

Albert Willis McCullin, III: B.S. in S.S.; Philoso- 
phy; Member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 
(Pres., Vice-Pres., R.A.), Pre-Law Society, Stu- 
dent Rep. to Humanities Division, Dean's Com- 
mittee on Alcohol Awareness 
John Knox McKee: B.S. in Educ; Soc. Sci. — 
History; Student Senate, Blue Key, S.N.E.A.; 1 23 
Robert Mark McPhail: B.S. in S.S.; Poli-Sci.; His- 
tory; 1 24 

Raemona Alene McNeil: B.B.A.; Marketing; Eco- 
nomics; 1 24 

Kathleen MacLean: B.B.A.; Marketing; Econom- 
ics; 1 23 

Barbara Mandell: B.B.A.; Gen Bus.; Economics; 
123 

Sharon Elaine Marquis: B.S.; Chemistry, Biol- 
ogy; Math, Spanish; Magna Cum Laude; 1 23 
Morrisa La Fred Marshall: B.B.A.; Accounting; 
Economics, 1 23 

Rodney Everett Meagher: B.B.A.; Gen Bus.; 
Economics; 63, 1 24 

Ellis Mills, III: B.S. in S.S.; Psychology; Biology 
Michael Wayne Minick: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus ; Eco- 
nomics; Phi Delta Theta Fraternity (Pres., 
Pledgemaster, Warden, Social Chairman) 
Michael Louis Moffitt: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Eco- 
nomics 

James Bennett Morgan: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Eco- 
nomics 

Brenda Leah Morris: B.B.A.; Management; Eco- 
nomics; 124 

David Allen Munson: B.M.E.; Music — Vocal; Pi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Student Government, 
Mu Psi Chi, S.U. Chorale, Opera Theatre, 
Extraordinares, Commencement Planning Com- 
mittee 

Gayle Lynn Murphy: B.S.; Biology; Chemistry; 
Magna Cum Laude; 72 

Taka Nakamura: B.A.; International Studies; 124 
Raymond Daniel Nemec: B.S. in Educ; P.E.; 
History 

Cary Ann Nixon: B.A.; Psychology; Sociology; 
124 

John Michael Nussbaum: B.A.; English; Reli- 
gion, Philosophy; Magna Cum Laude; 124 
James Robert Oliver: B.B.A.; Economics; Gen. 
Bus.; 124 

Jeffrey Lincoln Osbourne: B.F.A.; Theater; 74 
Colleen Ozan: B.S. in Educ; Soc. Stu. — His- 
tory; Vocal Music; 1 24 
Jackson Oren Pace: B.A.; Biology 
Charles Steven Paty: B.S. in S.S.; Poli-Sci.; 
S.W.T.S. Honor Roll, S.U. Deans List (Spring 79) 
Paris Coleen Permenter: B.B.A. ; Accounting; 
Economics; 124 

Katherine Faith Peterson: B.S. in Educ; P.E.; 
Vocal Music; 124 

Helen Sue Pfaeffle: B.A.; Soc Sci, Poli-Sci.; 124 
Janice Lee Arnold Pilgrim: B.S. in Educ; Elem. 
Ed.; History 

Vivian Lin Pollard: B.A.; Psychology; Religion; 
University Honors Scholarship, R.A., S.A., Alpha 
Delta Pi (Chaplain, Standards Chairman) Pi 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Swim Team, Psi Chi; 
124 

Steve Durant Pontiff: B.S., Chemistry; Biology; 
Student Senate (Natural Science Rep.), South- 
western Science Society, Pi Kappa Alpha (Par- 
liamentarian, I.F.C. Judiciary); 124 



Joe Curtis Pool: B.A.; Psychology; Religion; Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Who's Who; 1 24 
Mary Allison Pratt: B.B.A.; Marketing; Econom- 
ics; Alpha Delta Pi (Sports Chairman, Rush 
Chairman), Intramural Director of Womens 
Sports; 1 24 

Etta Linda Hillsamer Pybus: B.S. in Educ; Elem 
Educ; History 

Charlotte Lareson Reed: B.M.; Mus. Ed — Vio- 
lin; 125 

John Paul Reed: B.B.A.; Marketing; Economics; 
Mu Psi Chi, Kappa Alpha, Chorale, Extraordi- 
naires 

Dennis Wade Reynolds: B.A.; Art; 125 
Eric Lee Reynolds: B.A.; Art; 1 25 
Michael Barnett Rhoden: B.B.A.; Accounting 
Economics; Economics 

Janice Marie Richmond: B.B.A.; Economics; 
Gen. Bus.; Alpha Delta Pi, Student Senate Presi- 
dent, Who's Who; 2, 1 0, 68, 1 68 
William Thagard Richter: B.A.; Speech; Religion; 
Pi Kappa Alpha (President) 
Melanie Ann Reilly: B.M.E.; Music — Vocal; 
Cum Laude 

Robin Diane Rosenblad: B.A.; Sociology; Span- 
ish; Summa Cum Laude, Delta Delta Delta, 
Sigma Delta Pi, Cardinal Key; 1 25 
Bryan Franklin Russ, Jr.: B.A.; Poli-Sci ; History; 
125 

Laura Moffitt Russ: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Econom- 
ics; 125 

Herman D. Salazar: B.A.; Biology 
Carol Christine Salmon: B.A.; French; Interna- 
tional Studies; Cum Laude; 72, 1 25 
Michael William Schmid: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus ; Eco- 
nomics; 125 

Judith Ann Schmoeller: B.B.A.; Management; 
Economics; 69, 75, 125 

Kathy Sue Schneider: B.B.A.; Gen - Bus.; Eco- 
nomics, Summa Cum Laude 
Julie Schnepel: B.M.E.; Music — Vocal; Delta 
Delta Delta, Who's Who, Summa Cum Laude; 
71,74,125 

Timothy John Scholl: B.M.; Music — Ed.; 
Magna Cum Laude, Mu Psi Chi; 70, 1 25 
Richard Clifton Schroff: B.S. in S.S.; Psychol- 
ogy; Sociology 

Michael Alan Schroeder: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; 
Economics; Kappa Alpha Fraternity (House 
Manager) 

John Edward Schulze: B.S.; Biology; Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity, House Council, Science Soci- 
ety 

Alan Heenan Scott: B.A.; Biology 
Phillip Crazier Sewell: B.S. in Educ; P.E.; His- 
tory 

Celia Sexton: B.B.A.; Marketing; Economics; 
Cum Laude 

Jarrell Virgil Sharpe: B.A., B.S. in S.S.; History, 
Sociology; Sociology, Poli-Sci; Magna Cum 
Laude, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Blue Key, 
Departmental Awards in History and Sociology, 
Mu Psi Chi, Alpha Chi; 125 
Linda Sue Sharpe: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus.; Econom- 
ics 

Anne Wentworth Sheffield: B.S. in Educ; Elem. 
Educ; Speech 

Richard Alan Shepherd: B.S.; Physics, Chemis- 
try; Math; Magna Cum Laude, Southwestern 
Science Society; 20, 1 25 
Robert Anthony Shepherd: B.S.; Physics; Math; 
Southwestern Science Society 
Raymond Jefferson Simmons: B FA.; Theatre; 



69,125 

Kathleen Elizabeth Slaughter: B.A.; Speech, 
English; Cum Laude, 70, 75, 1 25 
Mark Berry Smith: B.A.; French; Math 
John Steven Sonnenberg: B.A.; Psychology 
Karin Elizabeth Soulen: B.A.S.; Allied Health 
Sci.; Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Alpha Rose (76- 
77), Panhellenic 

Adele Marian Spencer: B.S. in S.S.; Psychology, 
Music; Delta Omicron, Student Union, S.U. Cho- 
rale, House Councils 

Patricia Ann Steinocher: B.A.; Poli-Sci; History 
Tracy Strane: B.B.A.; Marketing; Economics; 38 
Randell Comer Stump: B.A.; Poli-Sci.; Summa 
Cum Laude; 67 

Sally Sungkyu Suh: B.A.; Math; Art; 1 26 
Nancy Colleen Sullivan: B.A.; History; Bus ; Poli- 
Sci.; Summa Cum Laude; 72, 1 26 
Robin Elizabeth Syring: B.S. in Educ ; Elem Ed.; 
GenricSp. Ed.;S.N.E.A. 

Lizette Marah Tandy: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus ; Eco- 
nomics 

Mary Elizabeth Thomas: B S. in Educ ; Elem 
Ed; Gen. Special Ed., 75, 126 
Paul Lane Thomasson: B.A.; Religion; English 
Jack David Trawick: B.S in S.S.; Soc Sci — 
Sociology 

Steven Patrick Truitt: B.F.A.; Theatre, 1 1 
Valerie Gail Turner: B.S.; Med. Tech 
Sarah Randie Tunnel: B.A.; Poli-Sci., English, 
Zeta Tau Alpha (Treasurer, Social Chairman), 
Student Senate (Treasurer, Election Committee 
Chairman, Political Science Society, Who's 
Who; 67, 126 

Gwyn Tuttle: B.A.; Poli-Sci.; English 
Beth Reid Vandament: B F.A.; Theatre; 1 26 
Sally Louise Victorin: B.S. in Educ ; Elem Ed.; 
History 

Amanda Louise Villaret: B.M.A.; Music — Instr.; 
Cum Laude; 71, 126 

Mark Bennet Waggoner: B.S.; Biology; Chemis- 
try; Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Southwestern 
Science Society, Outdoor Rec, Young Republi- 
can 

William Howard Walton: B.A., Sociology 
Rebecca Lynn Watkins: B.S. in Educ; Elem Ed.; 
Psychology 

Deborah Lynn Wiemers: B.A.; Sociology; Poli- 
Sci.; German; Magna Cum Laude, R.A. Phi Mu, 
126 

Cynthia Williard: B.A.; History; Spanish 
Julie Ann Williams: B.A.; Poli-Sci. 
William Reginald Williams, III: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus. 
John Gregory Willis: B.S.; Biology; Chemistry; 
Cum Laude, Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Student 
Foundation 

James William Winzeler: B.B.A.; Gen. Bus. Eco- 
nomics; Economics 

Patricia Catharine Woodfin: B.S. in Educ; Eng- 
lish; Vocal Music 

John Chung Wong: B.A.; Biology; Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity 

Doak Matthews Worley, III: B.B.A., Accounting, 
Economics 

Ann Bolton Worthing: B.F.A.; Art; Art History; 
Cum Laude; 67, 74, 127 

George Parker Young: B.A.; History; Poli-Sci ; Pi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Student Senate Presi- 
dent, Community Life Council, President, Disci- 
pline Committee, Student Union, Academic 
Affairs Chairman, Megaphone, Chairman Legal 
Aid Fund, Dean's List, Political Science Society, 
Young Republican, Mood Man Committee, 



Social Sciences Representative, Mood Hall 
Building Committee 

John Gabbert Young B.S , Mathematics, Chem- 
istry; Magna Cum Laude, Pi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity 

Jose Oscar Yuen Manriquez: B.B A., Gen Bus , 
Economics, 127 

Cindy Lee Hodgins Zook: B S in Educ , Elem. 
Ed.; History 



Ms. Jeanette F. Abbott 
Ms. Carolyn B Abraham 3, 1 2 
Ms. Eileen Acevedo 
Mr. John Lee Acevedo 50 

Ms. Karen Ada 129 

Ms. Alison Estelle Ader 22, 1 29 
Ms. Ellen Affleck 30,129 

Mr. Benjamin Aguayo 1 29 

Mr Robert W. Ahlgren 
Ms. Karla Kay Ailis 30 

Ms. Lucienne E. Aitken 
Mr. Stephen P. Akin 
Mr. Abdallah Alaoui M. 24, 1 29 
Mr. David C. Alexander 26, 80, 
129 
Mr. Lewis Vale Alexander 
Mr Michael Alexander 1 29 

Ms. Michelle L.Allen 129 

Ms. Sandra Allen 129 

Ms. Lisa Amos 129 

Mr Edwin A. Anderson 8 

Mr. Mark A. Anderson 1 3 

Ms Wanda A Anderson 
Ms Laura Anne Andrade 1 29 

Ms Cheryl Andrew 
Ms. Leslie Renee Ansley 
Ms. Judith D. Anthony 73, 1 29 
Ms Bernice Antill 

Mr. Edmundo Armendariz 129 
Mr. James T. Armstrong 
Mr. Derek S. Armsworth 8, 1 29 
Ms Trudy D. Arrendell 
Ms. Barbara A. Ashburn 129 

Mr. Leslie Ashwood 1 4 

Ms. Robin A. Atkinson 129 

Ms. Amelia Belle Audas 
Ms. Annette C Austin 129 

Mr Tracy Roy Baack 129 

Ms. Ana Iris Bailey 129 

Ms Diane V Bailey 
Mr. Rodney Gene Bailey 
Mr. John Henry Baker 129 

Mr. Kenneth David Baker 
Ms Mary Jo Baker 1 29 

Ms. Cynthia M, Ballard 
Ms. Mary D. Ballou 129 

Mr. Stephen Barker 129 

Mr Duke J. D. Barnes 
Mr Lance L Barnett 
Mr. Paul T. Barton 
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